What is a difference between a blog writing and an article writing? Explain it with an example.
I would say blogging is the first step towards writing an article, though articles needs to follow the rules much for strictly. One needs references and attributions in specific formats unless if one is writing for a newspaper.
Blog is the word "Weblog" abbreviated, as it seems most things must be for cyberspace. It's an online, personal, chronological journal, its theme reports or reflections from the writer's daily point of view on any topic or more than one in which he is interested that day.
An article, on the other hand, is a one-off piece on a single topic. It stands alone regardless of any timeliness in its subject or its treatment of it.
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