Blogs: Worth a Look or a Waste of Time?

Goldsborough, Reid
May 2003
Community College Week;5/26/2003, Vol. 15 Issue 21, p17
Focuses on the trend in Internet communication, called the Web log, or blog, that covers news on politics, education, and technology. Features of blogs; Comparison of blog to journalism; Advantages.


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