The Ramblings of a Somewhat Unstable Mind

Blogosphere

(blah-goss-pfh-here)

1) The part of the Internet based on and related to blogging.

2) Where a conceited blogger believes that they live.

The next upgrade to keyboards

*note: Although the term “Blogosphere” is in use. it is still as of yet to be recognized as a real word. With enough usage, the idiots editors at major dictionaries just may include it in one of their upcoming, yearly revisions.

If you would like to see one of your favorite, fake, blogging-related words or acronyms used in this daily post, please leave them as a comment, including the phonetics of the word and a brief definition.

 

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Comments on: "Word of the Day: January 11, 2012" (8)

  1. The ‘Blogosphere’ seems to be growing (definition #1) around me as I type this!
    christyb

  2. Thanks for the visit, Christy!

    Hehe, it does seem that the more I blog, the less room there is in my brain – maybe there is a spill-out effect involved? The number of people blogging is now rising faster than those writing at article mills, because they hear about success stories like Red and others who sell advertising space, and/or get sponsored by advertisers to keep a steady flow of blogs coming out at varying times of the day – remember, the more you blog, the more interest advertisers will have in you – write one blog, one article for helium and one Factoid a day, to keep the creditors at bay! (Hey! I can rhyme! and in double time!)

    • Hey you really might be a poet underneath it all. I knew it! Okay now I have to get back to writing those articles, and reading your posts 🙂

  3. […] Quite a bit, otherwise we’d be listening to David Jones singing “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars”. We’d have to listen to I don’t think Anne Murray would have covered any of his songs, the way she did with a few of David Jones’s songs, from his Monkees days. Well, to his credit credibility manager’s orders, he reduced his name down to “Davy” – but, as always, I digress (I would probably digress about digressing while writing about digressabilitation (yeah! another new word! I make up a new word for every post that I can, on top of my daily feature “Word of the Day“). […]

  4. […] another new word! I make up a new word for every post that I can, on top of my daily feature “Word of the Day“,where I try to come up with new, fake blog-related words and acronyms). Spoiler […]

  5. great issues altogether, you just won a logo new reader.

  6. As though I had not already completely spammed your blog with oodles of comments and nonsensical words, how about the epicoms? The comments which are half again longer than the post which (confirm, contradict, praise, slam) the post because the blogger refuses to post such topics on their own blog.
    Red.

    • Thanks for the visit, Red!

      Sounds like someone has been getting some rather long and possibly boring/negative comments? Some people, you can dress them up in a dirty old housecoat, stained t-shirt and toe-less slippers (underwear optional), but ‘ya just can’t make ’em make sense!

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