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A person who acts as the political commissar of the blogisphere and takes it upon themselves to define and enforce the blogma* and to sift out the¬†“true” blogs and bloggers from the false prophets.

* See earlier entry

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A fake blog. As in, they all thought they were reading the faith healer’s darkest secrets, but it turned out the whole thing was being written by a team from big pharma.

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A person who achieves reknown for a sensational act in cyberspace. As in: Suddenly it dawned on the angry bloggers that they had turned David Bullard into a Cewebrity.

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The many unspoken rules of blogging which appear to be universally accepted without questioning.

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Macpatible: A PC product or device that works on a Mac, as in: “Yes, but is that plug-in Macpatible”. Sadly, Google search finds there are already 113 mentions, so no originality here either.

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I thought I had invented this term, but Google comes up with five results for a search on blogumist. Anyway, its a very useful term for a print columnist who has a blog or a blogger who has a print column. Or a column who has a print blog. Or a blog who has a column of print. The Times is going to have some good ones.

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