The awards ceremony was held last Friday, November 25 at the Caixaforum in Madrid and has been awarded to projects such as ‘Democresía’ (Best Opinion Blog), ‘Neuronas en crecimiento’ (Best Health and Scientific Innovation Blog), ‘Moderna del Pueblo’ (Best Humor and Entertainment Blog) or ‘Politikon’ (Special Jury Prize), among other blogs.
Among the winners, those responsible for the website recognized as Best Opinion Blog, ‘www.democresia.es’, thanked the award and explained that the proposal of their blog is to analyze the political and cultural current affairs from a humanistic and philosophical perspective.
In addition to ‘Democresía’, ‘Politikon’, ‘Neuronas en crecimiento’, ‘Moderna del pueblo’ and the award-winning social network users, the winners of this edition of the Bitácoras Awards also include ‘La Chica Geek’ (Technology), ‘El sonido de la hierba al crecer’ (Education and Science), ‘Velocidad Cuchara’ (Gastronomy), ‘El blog de José Carlos Díez (Economics), ‘Ya está el listo que todo lo sabe’ (Art and Culture), ‘Follow the White Rabbit’ (Computer Security), and ‘Collage Vintage’ (Beauty and Fashion).
A blog or weblog is a website that includes, as a personal diary of its author or authors, content of interest, which is usually updated frequently and often commented on by readers. The modern blog is an evolution of online diaries, where people wrote about their personal lives, as if it were an intimate diary but giving it diffusion on the web.
The modern blog is an evolution of online diaries, where people wrote about their personal life, as if it were an intimate diary but giving it diffusion on the network. The Webring open pages included members of the online diary community. Justin Hall, who wrote since 1994 his personal blog while a student at Swarthmore College, is generally recognized as one of the earliest bloggers. The Webring open pages included members of the online journaling community.
Web sites, such as corporate sites and personal Web pages, had and still often have sections on news or new developments, often on the home page, and sorted by date. One of the earliest precursors to a blog was Kibo’s personal website, updated via USENET.
Blogs can be built and stored using dedicated blog hosting services, or they can be built and accessed through generic blogging software, for example using Blogger or LiveJournal products, or through ordinary web hosting services.
Nowadays, blogs have achieved great fame with the development of weblogs or blogs, which are virtual blogs published on the Internet. Blogs collect information of all kinds and can be written by one or more authors and/or contributors. This type of blog usually accepts the participation of readers through comments, opinions, suggestions, links and global connections, among others, in which strengths, weaknesses, difficulties, progress in the process, etc. are recorded.
In short, a logbook is, at present, a publication that allows to keep documented through different and varied applications, the various actions that students and teachers carry out or to capture, share a project or work with other people to grow and enrich themselves.
Weblogs, blogs or weblogs examples
There were also other forms of online diaries. One example was game programmer John Carmack’s diary, published using the Finger protocol. Web sites, such as corporate sites and personal web pages, had and still often have sections on news or new developments, often on the home page and sorted by date. One of the earliest precursors to a blog was Kibo’s personal website, updated via USENET.
The first popular US blogs appeared in 2001: AndrewSullivan.com by Andrew Sullivan, Politics1.com by Ron Gunzburger, Political Wire by Taegan Goddardy MyDD by Jerome Armstrong – dealing mainly with political issues.
readers, etc., in a way that is almost as simple as managing e-mail. Today its mode of use has been simplified to such an extent that almost any user is capable of creating and managing a blog.
There are two types of blog: free hosting solutions (such as Blogger and LiveJournal), and those solutions consisting of software that, when installed on a website, allow you to create, edit and manage a blog directly on the server that hosts the site (such as WordPress or Movable Type). This software is a variant of the tools called Content Management Systems (CMS),