What is webloggerism?

The weblogger (derived from blogger) is someone who keeps a diary or journal online and seeks to share private matters, such as personal thoughts and feelings. Weblogging is an Internet social sensationalistic outlet and an addictive self-realisation movement. It includes observations in the immediate surroundings and in the externalised worldwide views. The weblog practice is characterised by individual approach to daily entries and philosophies.

The weblog movement includes elements ranging from egoism through judgemental opinions and biases towards others to altruism through selflessness and concern for others. Weblog entries and philosophy sometime draws inspiration from major problems in politics, religion and relationships with strong influences from family, friends and strangers. Additional concepts of the movement include me, myself and everyone else interrelated enough to share personal experiences whether real or imagined.

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