ArguBlogging allows you to agree and disagree with opinions expressed anywhere online. When you encounter text online with which you want to agree or disagree, highlight it, and click the ArguBlogging button. This will then allow you to automatically post your opinion to your blog. If another blogger has used Argublogging and you want to respond to them, there is no need to select text: you can simply click the "Argue" button in their blog post!

Try ArguBlogging as a guest

If you have not got your own blog, drag the button below to your bookmark toolbar:

ArguBlog This

Select some text on a web page, and click the ArguBlogging button to start argublogging and see the result on the guest blog. Alternatively, reply directly to opinions on the guest blog by clicking one of the "Argue" buttons.


Register for argublogging

If you have your own blog, please register for ArguBlogging so that we can store keys that allow argublogging to post to your blog.

Already registered?

ArguBlogging currently supports two popular blogging platforms: tumblr and Blogger. Note that there is never any need for you to provide us with your passwords – just grant the argublogging application access to your blog when prompted.

Your opinions are presented not just as text on your blog, but also as elements of the Argument Web: a richly structured interconnected web of debates and disputes, arguments and counterarguments. The arguments you contribute via argublogging can be used by other Argument Web tools to automatically express opinions, to teach students how to think better, to help the public navigate complex issues, and to conduct academic research into the way argument works.

We're interested to know what you think of ArguBlogging. You can leave your comments in a very brief survey, or you can contact Chris Reed at ARG-tech.