- *Leave a Reply: An Analysis of Weblog Comments, Gilad Mishne and Natalie Glance
- The Ties that Blog: Examining the Relationship Between Social Ties and Continued Participation in the Wallop Weblogging System, Thomas Lento, Howard T. Welser, Lei Gu and Marc Smith
- *Blogs During the London Attacks: Top Information Sources and Topics, Mike Thelwall
- Experiments on Persian Weblogs, Kyumars Sheykh Esmaili, Mohsen Jamali, Mahmood Neshati, Hassan Abolhassani and Yasaman Soltan-Zadeh
- **Discovery of Blog Communities Based on Mutual Awareness, Yu-Ru Lin, Hari Sundaram, Yun Chi, Jun Tatemura and Belle Tseng
- Characterizing the Splogosphere, Pranam Kolari, Akshay Java and Tim Finin
- Detecting Blog Spams using the Vocabulary Size of All Substrings in Their Copies, Kazuyuki Narisawa, Yasuhiro Yamada, Daisuke Ikeda and Masayuki Takeda
- Collaborative Blog Spam Filtering Using Adaptive Percolation Search, Seungyeop Han, Yong-yeol Ahn, Sue Moon and Hawoong Jeong
- *Decomposing Bloggers’ Moods: Towards a Time Series Analysis of Moods in the Blogosphere, Krisztian Balog and Maarten de Rijke
- **Extracting Topics From Weblogs Through Frequency Segments, Mizuki Oka, Hirotake Abe and Kazuhiko Kato
- BLOGRANGER – A Multi-Faceted Blog Search Engine, Ko Fujimura, Hiroyuki Toda, Takafumi Inoue, Nobuaki Hiroshima, Ryoji Kataoka and Masayuki Sugizaki
- *Browsing System for Weblog Articles based on Automated Folksonomy, Tsutomu Ohkura, Yoji Kiyota and Hiroshi Nakagawa
I seriousely considered going, but it would cut a week from my honeymoon… At least now there is nice collection for reading.
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