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The term blogosphere is used to refer to all of the blogs on the Internet collectively. Here are the latest posts about the Blogosphere on Writers Write:

  • Oxford University Press Monitoring the Blogosphere for New Words (2007-08-17): A short entry on OxfordMail.

  • Former Gizmodo Editor Blasts Gadget Bloggers and Gadget Nerds (2007-02-17): Gizmodo editor emeritus Joel Johnson has blasted gadget bloggers and gadget nerds in a new rant posted on Gizmodo called Horshoes and Hand Grenades.

  • Samuel L. Jackson Say Blogosphere Again T-shirts (2007-01-11): A t-shirt being sold at CoolestShop.

  • CNET and TechCrunch in Cross-Snipe (2006-11-29): A snarky post on CNET by CNET's Caroline McCarthy said that TechCrunch needs a copy editor because a Crunchnotes post misspelled BitTorrent in the headline.

  • The State of the Blogosphere and Posting Frequency (2006-11-06): David Sifry, the CEO and founder of Technorati, has a new State of the Blogosphere post.

  • New Republic Terminates Lee Siegel's Blog (2006-09-02): The New Republic announced that they have suspended Lee Siegel and terminated his blog, Lee Siegel on Culture.

  • End of a Geek Era? (2006-07-13): Chartreuse has a post about the "Death of the Geek.

  • Blogosphere Still Doubling Every Six Months (2006-04-17): David Sifry, the CEO and founder of Technorati, has posted another State of the Blogosphere report.

  • President Bush Approves of the Ether Space (2006-03-01): President Bush appears to approve of blogs that exist on the "ether space" and the growing competition for getting people's attention that professional bloggers and the mainstream media face.

  • The Meaning of the Blogosphere is 42 (2006-02-25): Duncan Riley ends his commentary at the Blog Herald with the answer to the meaning of the blogosphere.

  • Blogosphere Continues to Grow (2006-02-06): Technorati's CEO David Sifry says "The State of the Blogosphere is Strong" in his latest "State of the Blogosphere" posts.

  • The Blogosphere and the Mohammed Cartoons (2006-02-03): Bloggers are discussing the widespread outrage in the Islamic world about cartoons that were recently republished in several European newspapers.

  • The Blogosphere in 2006 (2006-01-03): There have been many predictions already about the blogosphere and tech industry in 2006.

  • The Greatest Trade Show and Circus On Earth (2005-11-09): BusinessWeek's Stephen Baker, who also blogs at Blogspotting with Heather Green, has a good article about how startups can use the blogosphere to promote their new company providing they are aware of the risks involved.

  • BlogOn 2005: Conference and Blog (2005-08-23): BlogOn 2005 is a conference covering the business of social media.

  • Celebrity Gossip Fuels the Blogosphere (2005-08-22): People love to gossip about the stasr so it goes to follow that they will also blog about the stars.

  • Study: Just 2% Read Blogs Regularly (2005-08-07): A Forrester Research survey of 68,664 households found that a mere 2% read blogs once a week or more.

  • Blogosphere Expanding at Rate of One Blog Per Second (2005-08-02): The blogosphere is expanding at the rate of 1 bps or one blog per second.

  • How Beijing Censors the Blogosphere (2005-07-30): Try to blog "Falun Gong" in China's censored blogosphere and it is converted instantly to gibberish.

  • Boing Boing Pulling Away From Rest of Blogosphere? (2005-06-24): Boing Boing's traffic continues to grow despite growing competition.