- the act or practice of posting brief entries on a blog or social media website: My parents thought my mania for microblogging would lead nowhere, but I just published a book based on my Twitter feed!
Origin of microblogging
[mahy-kroh-blawg, ‐blog]Digital Technology
- to post very short entries, as a brief update or a photo, on a blog or social media website: A lot of people were microblogging during the crisis.
- a blog that is smaller than a traditional blog and contains very short entries.
Origin of microblog
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Examples from the Web for microblogging
The microblogging hostilities began in September 2011, after a Taliban attack on a foreign diplomat neighborhood in Kabul.Taliban And NATO War on Twitter
November 20, 2013
A microblogging tool that cannot be censored, or compromised.The Internet Shouldn’t Own You
October 10, 2013
Just seconds after the shaking began, the microblogging website Twitter lit up with reports and questions about it.The Earthquake That Wasn’t
August 23, 2011
- a blog in which there is a limitation on the length of individual postings
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