There is no definitive answer to this question as it hinges on the individual interpretation of what qualifies as a “blog.” Generally speaking, a blog is a web site that contains a series of blog posts, typically written by the same author in reverse chronological order.
A blog can be either personal or commercial in nature, and it is typically updated multiple times per day.
While there are certainly similarities between a blog and a Mighty, there are also important differences that should be considered when making a decision about whether or not the Mighty qualifies as a blog. For example, while a blog typically contains original content, the Mighty is essentially an aggregation of other sources, with very little original writing on its own.
Additionally, while a blog is typically updated multiple times per day, the Mighty typically posts new content only once or twice per month.
Ultimately, the key question that needs to be asked when assessing whether or not the Mighty qualifies as a blog is whether its readers consider it to be an authoritative source for news and information about the Internet. In my opinion, the answer to this question is no.
While the Mighty has made significant strides in recent years in terms of its editorial quality and functionality, it still falls short of being considered an authoritative source for information about the Internet. Therefore, I would classify the Mighty as an online magazine rather than a blog.