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.
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.”