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>> Acesta este un dictionar in ENGLEZA foarte detaliat. Imi pare rau pentru cei care nu cunosc bine limba dar nu am gasit traducerea in Romana.


  • Weblog– An online dated diary listing your periodic thoughts on a specific topic, often in reverse chronological order.
  • Blog – short form for weblog
  • Blogging – the act of posting on blogs
  • Blogger – a person who blogs
  • Blogosphere – The internet blogging community


  • Blogger – a free blogging platform by Google.
  • Blogspot – free Blogger hosting blog at name.blogspot.com
  • LiveJournal – free blogging tool by SixApart
  • Movable Type – paid blogging tool by SixApart
  • Typepad – paid blogging tool by SixApart
  • WordPress.org– Free. Easy to Upload, customize and upgrade.
  • WordPress.com – A WordPress blog hosted free for you.
  • Radio Userland – another blog publishing software package
  • Weblog– An online dated diary listing your periodic thoughts on a specific topic, often in reverse chronological order.
  • Blog – short form for weblog
  • Blogging – the act of posting on blogs


  • Group blog– with multiple contributing bloggers.
  • Event blog – focussed on an event
  • Kittyblogger – writing about cats.
  • Celeblog – focused on a celebrity.
  • Celebriblog – maintained by a celebrity.
  • Clog Blog – written in Dutch and/or in Holland.
  • CEOBlog – run by a chief executive officer.
  • Plog – a project blog. Also for Amazon.com personalised weblogs
  • Movlogs – mobile video blogs.
  • Splog– a spam blog
  • Tech blog – focused on a technical subject.
  • Anonoblog – by an anonymous blogger
  • Linguablog – about linguistics, translation etc.
  • Metablog – a blog about blogging.
  • Milblog – a military blog.
  • Blawg – blogged by lawyer / related to legal stuff
  • Edu-blog – education oriented blog.
  • Progblog – A progressive blog.
  • Shocklog – provokes discussion by posting shocking content
  • Klog – used by company knowledge workers. by Kloggers
  • Blogsite – A web site that combines blog feeds from a number of different sources
  • Dark Blog– A non-public blog
  • Photocast– a photoblog that automatically updates when new photos are added.


  • Bloglines, Rojo, Newsgator, Kinja, – are News Aggregators that display content from syndicated Web content from web feed. Can be configured online or downloaded on your desktop. Like . Also called RSS readers, feed readers, feed aggregators or news readers
  • Pageflakes, Newsvine – Track multiple feeds on a single page by modules.
  • Odeo, Podnova – are Podcatchers, a form of aggregator used to automatically download podcasts and can sometimes transfer a portable media player. Like
  • Feedburner – a professional feed management system
  • Pingomatic, Pingoat – ping multiple blog tracking services. More
  • Feedblitz, Zokooda – Email subscriptions and newletter tools.
  • Technorati – a real-time search engine that keeps track of what is going on in the blogosphere
  • b5media, 9rules – examples of popular blogging networks. Collection of blogs and bloggers providing great content, with revenue sharing sometimes.
  • K2, Blix – names of some popular wordpress themes.
  • Blogexplosion, Blogclicker– popular blog traffic generation / exchange services.
  • Adsense, Adbrite, CJ, Chitka, Blogads – popular affiliate programs to generate money from your blogs.
  • Sphere, Icerocket – blog search engines
  • Live Bookmarks – a firefox web browser feature. Update themselves automatically with the latest content from the Web.
  • Creative Commons – licenses provide a flexible range of protections and freedoms for authors to offer a voluntary �some rights reserved� approach.
  • CoComment – Tracks your comments across different platforms and follow conversations
  • WBloggar, Ecto, Qumanna – desktop blog publishing tools
  • Mint, Mybloglog, Measuremap, Analytics – site traffic tracking tools.
  • Haloscan– free trackback service
  • YouTube, Rapidshare– puts video on your blog
  • Flickr, Imageshack – photo sharing service. Host images on your blog
  • Del.icio.us, furl, spurl – share social bookmarks.
  • Blogburst – Syndicating your feed to top publishers.
  • Bloggeropoly – professional blogger recruiting agency. more
  • Blogger code – a way to describe different types of bloggers. more
  • Bloggoggle – Directory of Blogging Professionals
  • BlogHer – where the women bloggers are. At Blogher.org
  • Blogger – a person who blogs
  • Blogosphere – The internet blogging community


  • Index page – the front page fo the blog
  • Header – the topmost part of the blog usually listing the blog title.
  • Footer – the most bottom part of the blog usually listing navigation and copyright statements
  • Sidebar – One or more columns along one or both sides of most blogs main page
  • Categories – A collection of topic specific posts
  • Post, Entry– individual articles that make up a blog
  • Comments – enabling readers to leave their remarks
  • Captcha – short for �Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart�. Those word and letter verification images you need to type in to show you are human and not a bot. Helful to block automated spam comments. more
  • Ping – Short for Packet Internet Grouper. Blog and ping helps to notify other blog tracking tools for updates, changes and trackbacks.
  • Trackback – A system by which a ping is sent to another blog to notify that their article has been mentioned by you
  • Pingback – See trackback.
  • Permalink – A link to a specific article
  • Tags – labelling / attaching keywords to collect similar posts
  • Tag cloud – Displaying tags lists or keywords in a blog.
  • Blogroll – list of links to other blogs in your sidebar. Also see blogrolling.com
  • Sideblog – A smaller blog usually placed in the sidebar of a blog.
  • Template – the blog presentation design
  • BlogThis – a function allows a blogger to blog the entry they a reading
  • Plugins – Small files that add improved functionality and new features. WordPress plugins can greatly improve your blog usage and interactivity
  • Dashboard – When you login to your blogging account, it is the first screen with all controls, tools and functions.
  • Archives – a collection of all your posts on one page. Can be categorized by month etc.
  • Expandable post summaries – show a small teaser part of the post on the index page that link to the full post. more
  • Jump – the continuation of a the story on another page to preserve space on index page.
  • FTP – short for file transfer protocol. Transferring file to and fro from your web host using FTP tools like Filezilla


  • Web Feed – allows online users to subscribe to websites that change or add content regularly.
  • RSS – a family of web feed formats used for Web syndication. Short form for Really Simple Syndication (RSS 2.0), Rich Site Summary (RSS 0.91, RSS 1.0), RDF Site Summary (RSS 0.9 and 1.0). WordPress generates RSS 2.0
  • XML – short for eXtensible Markup Language. a general-purpose markup language for syndication formats used on blogs.
  • RDF – short for Resource Description Framework. A web content syndication format.
  • Atom – another specific web feed format. Blogger feeds are usually of this type.
  • OPML – short for Outline Processor Markup Language. It is an XML format for outlines. Easily import and export multiple blog subscriptions between different rss aggregators.
  • Photofeed– a web feed with image enclosures.

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