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Just returned from Ride Idaho 2013, 400+ miles, six days, northern Idaho panhandle, 370 or so riders. Lots of solar panels this year.
Technically a cyclometer measures revolutions (hence distance) whereas a bicycle computer does that and more, speed, averages, time etc.Perhaps that is the formal definition but realistically, the current meaning of "cyclometer" is an instrument that reports speed, total distance, trip distance and several other functions like cadence, ride time, clock time, average speed and maximum speed.
OK, the "computer" you are asking about is a cyclometer, right?
As for "reading like a journal", there are ways to create linear-reading journals with Wordpress, Blogger, etc, usually by creating "categories". A good example of using Wordpress to do that is here, check out trip reports on the right of the page: