A few months ago, the ITEA conference I saw this guy sitting next to me constantly writing on your laptop wirelessly. He was taking notes on what speakers had to say, was finding relevant links and then hitting the send key – instantly updating his Web site. As soon as the site was updated, which would again answers readers around the world. He was a Blogger. About blogs several years ago, the Internet began to collect information and links they encountered in their travels through webspace. As time began to create records of the information they collected and soon began to create their web logs. The web logs enabled them to update the information and links as often as possible.
This was what the guy at the conference was doing. Improvements in Web design tools have certainly made it easy for loading and updating them. Blogs are more permanent than posts a list of online discussion, more dynamic than older-style pages. They are more personal than traditional journalism, and definitely more public than diaries. A blog is often a mixture of what is happening in the life of a person and what is happening on the Web, a kind of hybrid diary site.
Therefore, there are so many unique types of blogs as there are people. These are some common characteristics of a blog, but blog types may vary slightly. Some blogs provide succinct description of judiciously selected links. Some others contain comments and links to news of the day.