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Web log

The word "blog" is derived from the term "weblog." The term "weblog" was coined by Jorn Barger in December 1997. It was a combination of the words "web" and "log," referring to a log or diary-style website that people could publish and update regularly. The term "weblog" was later shortened to "blog" by Peter Merholz in 1999, who humorously split the word into "we blog" on his website. Since then, the term "blog" has become widely used to describe online platforms where individuals or organizations share their thoughts, opinions, news, or other types of content regularly. I have never thought about blogging or dumping my ideas in public, but my psychiatrist has one, and I really enjoy reading what she has to say; maybe someone out there would like to hear what is in my thought-crowded head, or perhaps not, and this is only an extension of my journal. So I would allow myself to talk about what I love and what interest me: health, food, people, and what I find to be very intriguing questions to ask. Oh, also, about the books I read, I found myself dragging too many exciting books that have re-shape my thinking, and I would love to comment on them outside of my thoughts.

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