I like this definition of Eloise Oyzon’s: Blogs are a first person narrative in real time. and further:

The story is focused upon the protagonist, it may be extremely personal/personable or the story may be of a larger scope – ie. technological trends and innovation as they affect our hero, with occassional tangential tidbits hinting at life beyond.

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    Happy Endings and Afterimages
    I’m still thinking about issues pertaining to the temporality of blogging and had the good fortune of coming across an interesting definition via Jill’s blog: In weezBlog, Elouise Oyzon writes, Blogs are a first person narrative in real time. Can’t…

  2. WeezBlog

    connections
    It hasn’t been that long, really. I only started doing this blog thing in June. Well shy of a blogiversary. Yet, in this short time we have developed a cluster of sorts, interlinked like-minded folks with tangential arms. I can…

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