Blogs, for example, are all too similar to commonplace books, as are Tweets, Facebook statuses, and Tumblr posts.
As for Barbie's happiness with her original love, time and their Facebook statuses will tell.
1670s, "height," later "legal standing of a person" (1791), from Latin status "condition, position, state, manner, attitude," from stare "to stand," from PIE root *sta- "to stand" (see stet). Sense of "social or professional standing" is from 1820. Status symbol first recorded 1955.
status sta·tus (stā'təs, stāt'əs)
A state or condition.
The relative position of an individual within a group, or of a group within a society.
Note: Though the term can refer to either high or low standing, it is often used only to imply a position of prestige.