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Old 01-23-2014, 12:00 PM   #1  
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What's the difference between a blog and a journal? Just wondering
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Same thing except BLOG is the term used when it's online. Journals are usually on paper or on just your computer.
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What Ruth said! If you want to get into semantics, it's because online journals were originally referred to as "web logs" and that got abbreviated to "blogs".
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Okay...thanks ladies for answering my question
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