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The definition of Weblogs: A Weblog is a frequently updated web site that points to an article elsewhere on the web. These often contain comments and on-site articles. The act of weblogging is called Blogging. The Pros of Blogging Weblogs provide a constantly updated news stream.

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The definition of Weblogs:

A Weblog is a frequently updated web site that points to an article elsewhere on the web. These often contain comments and on-site articles. The act of

weblogging is called Blogging.


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The Pros of Blogging

  • Weblogs provide a constantly updated news stream.

  • Many news stories begin as blogs and are then picked up by news papers

  • Weblogs make the news interactive. It allows individuals to collect an analyze information to create the news.

  • Unlike large news papers, weblogs publish any editorials they want, and are not swayed by outside commercial measures, such as advertisers.

  • Working hand in hand with print media, weblogs are creating a journalistic revolution.


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Cons of blogging

  • Bloggers often tend to add their own opinion to the story.

  • Many bloggers lack journalistic ethics.

  • Some weblogs are not viable sources of information.

  • Bloggers often use weblogs as a platform to bash print media.


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