Jozef Imrich of Media Dragon has his finger on the pulse of any irony of interest and shares his findings to keep you in-the-know with the savviest trend setters and informaniacs. In a nutshell, Media Dragon is about tragedy and comedy in both the real and the virtual empires.
Jozef is excited to announce Media Dragon’s prominent place on Blogdex, an index most bloggers approve of.
Jozef has seen the Future and it is - Weblogs. The name sounds more like a sci-fi character than a legitimate news source, but blogs are rapidly becoming authoritative news sources.
blog a.k.a. weblog
1. n. A Web log.
2. vi. To run a Web log.
First spotted on the Eatonweb blog, er, Web log today, though Eatonweb's proprietor Brigitte says the coinage is due to our very own TBTF Irregular Peter Merholz . The contraction sounds like it might have originated in a bad newspaper hyphenation, but it probably didn't.
I blog we blog
you blog you blog
he blogs they blog
The verb to blog is intransitive. That is, Brigitte doesn't blog eatonweb, she simply blogs. The first Web tool that arose to aid in the endeavors of wannabe bloggers is called, of course, Blogger.
Bloggers, powered by Blogger, are hip, cool, popular ... Blog is a public, albeit, personal and creative expression on the net. Blogger IS NOT WORK, it serves little function other than to blog. Weblogs let anyone demonstrate their expertise, share knowledge, or create closer customer relationships through frequent postings
You know you're a blog addict when your train of thought starts to read like an entry in your diary.
PS: Google research tells us that earliest legends in China described the dragon as a miraculous animal with fish scales and long beards living in cold rivers. The names in the Chinese language for nearly all the things connected with the emperor and water were preceded by the epithet ‘dragon;’ thus, ‘dragon seat’ for the throne, ‘dragon robe’ for the emperor's ceremonial dress, 'dragon bed' for him to sleep on, and ‘dragon boat' for him to escape to another empire.