Blogging tools

How to create a block or keep trak of one 



What is a blog?

The weblog project

What is a blog? TheWeblogProject - the first open-source movie documentary about blogs and bloggers.

Blog aggregators


Bloglines is a FREE online service for searching, subscribing, creating and sharing news feeds, blogs and rich web content. With Bloglines, there is no software to download or install — simply register as a new user and you can instantly begin accessing your account any time, from any computer or mobile device. And it’s FREE!

Blog free hosting

A blog is your easy-to-use web site, where you can quickly post thoughts, interact with people, and more. All for FREE has been conceived as an extension of the project aimed at providing teachers, students, researchers, librarians, writers and other education professionals with freely available emerging technologies.


We provide free blogs for teachers, researchers, librarians and other education professionals.

University and college students can create their own free blogs
Learnerblogs provides free, high quality, WordPress blogs for school students.

Creative Commons
Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that offers flexible copyright licenses for creative works. highlights the Web-publishing work of EFL (English as a Foreign Language)/ESL (English as a Second Language) students, showcases the classroom Web-publishing projects in EFL /ESL and introduces links relevant to personal Web-publishing in language learning contexts. also serves as a means for learners, educators, and other interested people to locate student Web-publications and participate in the conversation.

Netvibes is a custom made web 2.0 home page solution

This service is free and gives the user the ability :

  • to create a personalized page with the content they like.
  • to put together data feeds and services from web 2.0 with a very simple interface
  • to access your page anytime and from any computer.

Blog Application


Weblog Applications for EFL/ESL Classroom Blogging - A Comparative Review

Language teachers looking to use weblogs in their classes have a multitude of software applications from which to choose. As most have little experience with blogging, selecting the right software can not only be confusing, but distinguishing between which features of each are important and which are not, can render the entire process overwhelming. The purpose, then, of this article is to help teachers new to blogging through this selection process by discussing what is important when choosing a blogging application and comparing the features of some of the available applications.

Blog searching tools


Technorati - Blog Tracking

Technorati brings you what’s happening on the web right now. Technorati lets you search sites that update with extreme frequency, like blogs and news. Unlike other engines, our results are individual posts (portions of pages), so they’re more specific. Search results are listed newest to oldest, and are often only minutes old! A Watchlist is your one stop to see what people are saying about the sites and subjects you care about. Just add a few searches and we’ll monitor them on your watchlist page in real time. Claiming your blog in Technorati allows you to customize the way it’s presented here. You can add your photo and description, include it in Blog Finder, and even add cool Technorati tools to your site.