Cyborglog, Glog and Gargoyle log

Via: a new term has been coined (by werable computing researcher Steve Mann): Glog:

Early cyborg communities of the late 1970s and early 1980s were constructed to explore the creation of visual art within a computer mediated reality. Then with the advent of the World Wide Web in the 1990s, cyborg logs (glogs, short for cyborGLOGS) became shared spaces.

The main difference between weBLOGS and cyborGLOGS is that blogs often originate from a desktop computer, wheras glogs can originate while walking around, often without any conscious thought and effort, as stream-of-(de)consciousness glogging:

nym from inforgargoyle says that he prefers the notion of "gargoyle log" (remenber Neal Steaphenson's Snowcrash?, a gargoyle is a guy "capturing vast ammounts of information around him")

moblogging is of course part of this

datablogging surely is too