When Ducanben suggested we should have a definition of "autoblog", I thought this must be a perfect example of tautology, because a blog is, by definition, something you do yourself that doesn’t depend on anyone else. I just didn’t get it – and I still didn’t after my online searches took me off down another blind alley ("autoblog" is also the name for a blog devoted to cars). Finally, though, I discovered that “autoblog” is the word for a new generation of blogs that has caused quite a bit of debate on the web. An autoblog is a blog whose content is generated automatically. Instead of posting entries to feed your blog, all you do is pick up posts published on other blogs, or even videos appearing on other blogs or websites. Technically, it’s simple: all you need to do is integrate some RSS feeds into your autoblog. For example, you could integrate the RSS feed for Mynetwords into your blog, so that each time there’s a new post on Mynetwords, it will be reproduced on your blog. Just by relying on RSS feeds, you’d have enough to keep tens or even hundreds of autoblogs fed, given the amount of content available online.