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Never heard of a moblog b4, very new to me. New, but also very weird and different. And i have been using the web consistently for over 8 years. Never seen the word ever.. I believe someone has Blended this word together, to make some new word, that doesnt really ever need using!!
I replaced the spam links with links to moblog.net, a standard moblog-dedicated provider. Jevon (talk) 00:49, 14 July 2008 (UTC)
Jevon, the word "moblog," while a relatively recent neologism (2002?) returns over 8,000,000 hits on Google. Vote for reversion to original page.
I second the reversion to the original page; "Moblog" is a deeply accepted term and has not only myriad dedicated sites for just this purpose but there are profound and varied moblog specific examples and stories which warrant a moblog only page —Preceding unsigned comment added by 4lfie (talk • contribs) 11:33, 20 March 2009 (UTC)
I removed that tag, as two references from BBC News, and another as early as 2003 from Sun, seem to satisfy the reliable sources requirement. If you don't concur with this, state so in this section, and explain, please. Thanks! -- David Spalding (☎✉✍) 22:23, 27 July 2009 (UTC)