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A Webzine is a ezine hosted on the World Wide Web rather than in print. Unlike blogs, which are published ad hoc, a webzine is published on a regulated basis (weekly, biweekly, monthly). Webzines also maintain an editorial control system whereas blogs do not. Some people also use the term to refer to any magazine published on the Web. Early Webzines included Chaos Control, Hotwired, and The Virtual Journal.
See also: History of the Internet
- Sciencebase Science News - a popular science webzine and blog run by scientific journalist David Bradley.
- Spectral Lines - scientific webzine from Wiley publishers covering all areas but with a slant towards areas using various forms of spectroscopy to obtain results.
- Reactive Reports Chemistry - chemistry webzine published in Canada by software house ACD/Labs.
- Spotlight Science Features - general science webzine published by scientific information portal PSIgate in the UK.
- Dark Matter Webzine - A webzine and blog that focuses on art, music, literature, science, and technology.
- Digital Web Magazine - A webzine and blog that focuses on web design, web development, information architecture, and other topics of interest to web professionals.
- Salon.com - An American-centric lifestyle webzine.
- The difference between blogs and ezines - A lengthy article discussing nine points of difference between blogs and ezines.
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