Blogosphere

The blogosphere is made up of all blogs and their interconnections. The term implies that blogs exist together as a connected community (or as a collection of connected communities) or as a social network in which everyday authors can publish their opinions. Since the term has been coined, it has been referenced in a number of media and is also used to refer to the Internet.

Read more about Blogosphere:  History, Proliferation, Blogosphere As A Social Network, Blogging Niches

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Canadian Blogosphere
... Canadian blogosphere is used to describe the online predominantly English Canadian community of weblogs that is part of the larger blogosphere ...
Netroots
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Blogosphere - Blogging Niches
... Within the blogosphere, several sub-communities have developed ... are also a particular niche that has grown extensively with the development of the blogosphere ... than life sub-community following the explosive growth of the blogosphere ...
J-blogosphere
... J-blogosphere is the name that some members of the Jewish blogging community use to refer to themselves ... The name "J-blogosphere" was coined by Steven I ... as August 2003, and the first use of "J-blogosphere" appears to have been made in February 2004 ...
Instapundit - The Blog
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