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Verbum Anglice ''blogosphere'' (quod Latine ''blogosphaera'' appellamus) die 10 Septembris 1999 a [[Brad L. Graham]] factum est ut iocus.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bradlands.com/weblog/comments/september_10_1999|title=Friday, September 10, 1999|work=The BradLands: Must See http://|first=Brad L.|last=Graham|accessdate=4 Nov 2010|date=10 Sep 1999|language=Anglice}}</ref> Iterum anno 2001 a [[Gulielmus Quick]] factum est<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.iw3p.com/DailyPundit/2001_12_30_dailypundit_archive.php#8315120|archiveurl=http://web.archive.org/web/20071227073108/http://www.iw3p.com/DailyPundit/2001_12_30_dailypundit_archive.php#8315120|title=DailyPundit.com|accessdate=4 Nov 2010|date=30 Dec 2001|first=Gulielmus|last=Quick|language=Anglice}}</ref>, et a commune [[warblog]] celeriter adsumptum vulgatumque est. Verbum est simile verbi senioris ''logosphaera'' (ex verba Graeca ''[[logos|λόγος]]'', quod ''verbum'' significat, et ''sphaera'', quod ''mundus'' significat): "mundus verborum".
 
Contra propositum iocularem verbi, [[CNN]], [[BBC]], et programmae [[NPR]] ''[[Morning Edition]]'', ''[[Day to Day]]'', et ''[[All Things Considered]]'' verbum ad opinionem publicum loquendum usi sunt. Annis recentis nonnulli vulgatores mediarum blogosphaeram ut mensuram opinionis publicae habent, et blogosphaera et in operibus et philosophorum et nonphilosophorum profert ut testimonium magis vel minus adversandi [[globalizatio]]ni, [[Defatigatio suffragatorum|defatigationi suffragatorum]], et aliae rebus<ref>{{cite book|last1=Keren|first1=Michael|title=Blogosphere: The new political arena|year=2006|isbn=978-0739116722|publisher=Lexington Books}}</ref>, etiam ad bloggores potentes<ref>{{cite journal|last1=Agarwal|first1=Nitin|first2=Huan|last2=Liu|first3=Lei|last3=Tang|first4=Philip|last4=Yu|title=Identifying Influential Bloggers in a Community|year=2008|journal=Proccedings of the First ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining|pages=207–218|doi=10.1.1.145.5908|url=http://www.public.asu.edu/~huanliu/papers/wsdm08.pdf}}</ref> et "peregrinos notos" in blogosphaera agnoscendum.<ref>{{cite journal|last1=Agarwal|first1=Nitin|first2=Huan|last2=Liu|first3=John|last3=Salerno|first4=Philip|last4=Yu|title=Searching for 'Familiar Strangers' on Blogosphere: Problems and Challenges|journal=NSF Symposium on Next-Generation Data Mining and Cyber-enabled Discovery and Innovation|year=2007|url=http://www.public.asu.edu/~huanliu/papers/ngdm07.pdf}}</ref><ref>{{cite journal|last1=Agarwal|first1=Nitin|first2=Huan|last2=Liu|first3=Sudheendra|last3=Murthy|first4=Arunabha last4=Sen |first5=Xufei |last5=Wang|title=A Social Identity Approach to Identify Familiar Strangers in a Social Network|journal=3rd Int'l AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media|year=2009|url=http://www.public.asu.edu/%7Ehuanliu/projects/BlogTrackers/FamiliarStrangers-ICWSM09.pdf}}</ref>
Contra propositum iocularem verbi, [[CNN]], [[BBC]], et programmae [[NPR]] ''[[Morning Edition]]'', ''[[Day to Day]]'', et ''[[All Things Considered]]'' verbum ad opinionem publicum loquendum usi sunt.
 
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