A four-letter term that came to symbolize the difference between old and new media during this year's presidential campaign tops United States dictionary publisher Merriam-Webster's list of the 10 words of the year.
Merriam-Webster said in Boston on Tuesday that blog, defined as "a website that contains an online personal journal with reflections, comments and often hyperlinks", was one of the most looked-up words on its Internet sites this year.
I’ll remind everyone that the daily edition of this newsletter has been available as a blog for the past six months. I have been delighted with the switch to blog format.
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