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A personal web log or blog is a site maintained by one person which publishes personal thoughts and opinions and may include a bit of biography. The term blog has been employed to describe different forms of personal websites since the 1990s. Websites with the term “blog” in their URLs are often called weblogs or web logs, although the term “blog” is also applied to other websites such as social networking websites and web portals (see social networking). Modern blogs typically incorporate elements of personal style, sharing personal tastes, personal interests, as well as insights into the daily life and activities of the blogger.
The earliest blogs were created in the late 1990s by Peter Bao, a Swedish programmer writing under the pen name “Macs”. Bao wrote a series of articles about his life for the Swedish news paper Dagens Nyheter. Other early blogs include “The Survivor” (used by author L. Neil Smith), which was online in 1997, and “The Cursor”, started online in 1998 by Stuart Dredge, a senior lecturer at London Metropolitan University. The US newspaper The San Francisco Chronicle was the first to use the term blog in print in 1999, referring to a new venture by users of their online service and the competitor provided by another San Francisco newspaper, The Chronicle.
In a 2004 survey of websites titled “Blogger’s Study”, Google reported that 95% of blogs were read at least monthly, and 47% of the blogs visited were posted to more than once a week. The number of blogs worldwide, estimated to be 500 million at the end of 2005, had increased to over a billion by 2010.
Bloggers can use a Creative Commons license to indicate that their work is available under that license. Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing guidelines for using the creative commons licenses in creative ways and encouraging the license’s adoption. They provide for attribution with a link to the license or Creative Commons website, the Creative Commons trademark and logo, and an author bio.
Relationship to web site publishing
While blogs share many similarities with standard web sites, blogs are distinct in various respects:
Blogs are usually intended to be read online from the web browsers of individuals. While blogs can be accessed via web site addresses or via RSS feeds, blogs usually do not require visiting a web site. In the early 2000s, blogs typically were accessed from a desktop web browser, and were traditionally designed to be printed