[web-lawg, -log]
original term for blog.
Also, Weblog.

1995–2000; (World Wide) Web + log1

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World English Dictionary
weblog (ˈwɛbˌlɒɡ)
the full name for blog

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Main Entry:  weblog
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a personal Web site that provides updated headlines and news articles of other sites that are of interest to the user, also may include journal entries, commentaries and recommendations compiled by the user; also written web log, Weblog; also called blog
Usage:  computing
Main Entry:  Weblog
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  See blog
Main Entry:  Weblog
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  See weblog
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Science Dictionary
weblog   (wěb'lôg')  Pronunciation Key 
A website that displays in chronological order the postings by one or more individuals and usually has links to comments on specific postings.
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Computing Dictionary

weblog definition

World-Wide Web
(Commonly "blog") Any kind of diary published on the World-Wide Web, usually written by an individual (a "blogger") but also by corporate bodies. Blogging is regarded by some as an important social phenomenon as it contributes to the easy exchange of ideas among a large and growing international community ("the blogosphere").
The home page usually shows the most recent article and links to earlier articles, the owner's profile and web logs written by the owner's friends. There is usually a facility for readers to add comments to the bottom of articles.
There are many sites like (http://blogger.com/) where you can create a blog for free. Many web logs consist almost entirely of links to other web logs, some publish original content, a few are worth reading.
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Example sentences
My main reason for putting up a weblog, for now, is to have somewhere students
  can easily access our schedule and syllabus.
Some bloggers earn commissions on items bought through a link from their
  weblog, or receive donations from charitable readers.
It is why your posts have been deleted from this weblog.
Comments are moderated, and will not appear on this weblog until the author has
  approved them.
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