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.