Blog History

Blog or commonly referred to as a web-log is a site that consists of a collection of entries or posts that appear in the order of dates from the oldest to the latest, in other words, the latest content is always at the top, similar to the daily journal. You can use penzu or journalate to start a blog.

Blogs usually have features like comments and links to increase interactivity with users. Blogs can be created with software like WordPress, Tumblr, Blogspot, and others.

Some terms in the blog

Blogging: Activities to write posts or articles for blogs
Blogger: The person who wrote on the blog or the owner of a blog
Blogosphere: Online blog community or blogger community

There was a time when the Internet was just an information tool. In the early life of the World Wide Web (WWW) some 20 years ago, the website only looked simple and only one way, where web owners provide information while the reader can only read and cannot contribute comments or responses. But over time the internet becomes more interactive with the introduction of transaction-based websites and online shopping, but the web world remains one-way or one-sided. But it all changes with the evolution of web 2.0 (social web) where one can create content that becomes an important part of the online world. Currently, users expect websites to provide two-way conversations and web blogs have been born and thrived with these capabilities.

Blogs first surfaced in the late 1990s as an online diary. Someone posts daily writing about their daily life as well as their opinions of a thing. The postings are sorted by the most recent by date order, so readers will always see the latest post on the web page and they can browse older posts or posts by browsing page numbers.

Now the blog is growing, the more interactive feature it can create a two-way conversation. Readers can benefit from blogging features that allow them to leave comments or opinions about the content of posts and can leave links to their blogs, so the blog world gets stronger in relation. The world of the web is becoming more social.