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Contents

Introduction

Definition

Microblogging is the use of specialized blog software to create short posts. Some services allow posts to be sent via SMS (texting), instant messaging, third-party applications, as well as from a web interface. Like Blogs, microblogs typically generate an RSS feed, allowing content to be published and widely distributed.

Microblogging Services

Further Info on Microblogging

Microblogging in Libraries

Uses

Publicity

Reference

Further Info on Microblogging and Libraries

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