Monday, July 24, 2006

Your word of the day: Clogcast

Clogcast (klog'kast) v. To contribute, in social media, content perceived to have little value. A compound word derived by combining "clog" and "podcasting"; the latter, a form of social media expression.

"He's always clogcasting the comments so I wouldn't expect him to say something useful."

"Nothing good here, just clogcasts of the stuff on TV last night."

Usage: Clogcasts, clogcasted, clogcasting v, clogcast, clogcaster n.

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