[mahy-kroh-blawg, ‐blog]Digital Technology
verb (used without object), mi·cro·blogged, mi·cro·blog·ging.
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 microblog
Contemporary Examples of microblog
On Wednesday, Yu announced her imminent retirement from the sport on her microblog.Olympics Badminton Scandal Rocks China
August 2, 2012
The world is raving about the Twitter revolution, but the attention hasn't made the microblog any more profitable.Has Iran Boosted Twitter's Value?
June 24, 2009
a blog in which there is a limitation on the length of individual postings
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