Definition of blog
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Definitions include: low-quality software.
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Definitions include: of software, poorly built due to the accumulation of code written over a long period of time.
Definitions include: "hate".
Definitions include: the typical amount of computing resources taken up by a computer program.
Definitions include: impressive or flashy.
Definitions include: acronym for "not work safe".
Definitions include: on a social networking website, to remove someone from one's list of friends.
Definitions include: An aggregate grouping or series of stylized printings, fonts, icons, emoticons, avatars, proverbs, etc., usually found at the end of an e-mail message uniquely identifying and personifying the sender.
Definitions include: acronym for "hot like wasabi", i.e. of an Asian female, attractive.
Definitions include: "upvote".
Definitions include: alternative spelling of " fine", as in attractive.
Definitions include: to hack, with the result being something quickly and sloppily created, or modified to solve a particular problem.
Definitions include: acronym for " ta-ta for now" (i.e. "goodbye for now.")
Definitions include: to contact a person via an Internet-based "Instant Messaging" service, such as MSN Instant Messenger or AOL Instant Messenger.
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Other terms relating to 'blog':
Definitions include: a person who maintains a blog.
Definitions include: a post to a blog that is about an article elsewhere on the web.
Definitions include: the alias one uses on the Internet.
Definitions include: someone lacking in intellectual capacity, moron, idiot, jackass
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