Monday, April 05, 2004
I've obviously been putting the new blawg sightings on hold, since it's far from a done deal that I'm able to sit down at the computer every day. (I'm snatching blogging like I'm snatching sleep — and with, understandably I hope, somewhat less frequency). My list of newcomers is getting looonnnggg, but here are some particularly worth mentioning.
- EFF, long a defender of freedom in the digital world, now is championing the rights of staffers like Fred and Donna to post and comment on interesting news, at Deep Links, and its Verne Troyer, miniLinks.
- The [non]-billable hour is by Matthew Homann, who spotted the first supposed blawg by a large firm's hiring partner, then spotted its mea culpa as a put on. But since the Anonymous Lawyer now says it's fiction, in the topsy-turvy world of legal bloggery that must mean it's dead on.
- If you weren't confused enough, And What Thanks Do We Get assures us, "We are, more or less, who we say we are." Their posts ring true to me.
- The IP News Blog is an adjunct to the Franklin Pierce Law Center's IP Mall, which offers distance learning on IP topics. (Really.)
- And finally, everyone's favorite statutory constructionist, Gary O'Connor, now is covering the 9th Circuit (as well as the U.S. Supreme Court, D.C. Circuit, and 4th Circuit).
Unless otherwise expressly stated, all original material of whatever nature created by Denise M. Howell and included in the Bag and Baggage weblog and any related pages, including the weblog's archives, is licensed under a Creative Commons License.