The Past, Present and Future of Weblogs. Susan C. Herring School of Library and Information Science Indiana University, Bloomington. Definition. Weblog — a frequently modified web page in which dated entries are listed in reverse chronological sequence. Related phenomena.
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Susan C. Herring
School of Library and Information Science
Indiana University, Bloomington
Friday, 13th June 2003
3.08pm - trigger happy hippy with a Canon AE-1
If I go away, I take my camera. Standard practice.
So, for your viewing displeasure, there are 4 new gallerys to view:
my 1st b+w shoot
Swanage area + 1
sea and air
First two are from my latest trip to Edinburgh to see my little sweetie. The second
two were taken from my 4 day trip to the south coast with my parents in their
campervan (I had a 4 man tent all to myself!).
Seeing as the last 'family holiday' I can remember was about 8 years ago, it was
a real treat for me.
“We have our state diurnals, relating to national affairs. Tradesmen keep their shop books. Merchants their account books. Lawyers have their books of pre[c]edents. Physitians have their experiments. Some wary husbands have kept a diary of daily disbursements. Travellers a Journall of all that they have seen and hath befallen them in their way.”
“When I first discovered the web I was very excited by the tremendous amounts of information. I surfed the web far and wide in them early days, and I kept a log, of sorts. … Then, I started posting stories about my life; context for the rest of the content. That part of my site grew to be the most involving and perhaps engaging.”