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plog
 n.— «Why wouldn’t it make sense for an IT project manager to post a blog—or “plog” (project log)—to keep her team and its constituents up-to-date on project issues and concerns?» —“The Virtues of Chitchat” by Michael Schrage CIO May 15, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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