I do not like the word 'blog'.
You blog, I blog, I am a blogger, we blog. I find it a harsh, coarse little word, and it only makes sense to those who do. I know I am on a lost cause as Blog has already made it into the Oxford Dictionary along with Tweet, Retweet, Friend - now includes the definition; a contact on a social networking website. 'Following' like 'Friend', has an update meaning of someone who is tracking a particular person, group. etc. on a social networking site. If I say to an acquaintance, unfamiliar with blogging, 'I have a blog' they look at me with glazed eyes, and then switch to another subject or else explanations are required.
I am trying to think of a more appropriate word to use, but of course it would never be universally accepted in the so called blogosphere.
What about the Latin word 'ephemeris', which represents diary or journal? It is a little clumsy so I have cut the word in order that it slips off the tongue more easily. I ephem, you ephem, we ephem, I have an ephemeri.
Diurnus meaning daily, that also requires thinking about, it too is a little awkward.
How about blogis with a soft 'g' rather than a hard 'g'. I blogis, you blogis, we blogis, I have a blogii. The 'g' being sounded like the g in giraffe.