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Monday, March 14, 2005

Monday Miscellany

Kevin Heller has an option for associates who can't be contacted through their firm's sites. And, more to the point, a Legal Jobs Blog.

Young people + theater = good. Support the San Jose Young People's Theater Group. [Via Kevin Marks]

Craig Patchett on "[W]hy a legal podcast with RIAA music is currently not viable." [Via Adam Curry] (And neato — though I haven't yet been able to make it to an OC Podcasters Meetup, at least I can eavesdrop.)

Hey Mad: you couldn't have picked a John Bolton song for your John Bolton parody? Ah well, still funny (and my thought probably has already been done to death).

Gotta get to NYC. Why? Monty Python's Spamalot (official site): "and yes, 'what happens in Camelot, stays in Camelot.'"

New from ThePodcastNetwork, the BizBlog Show: "Primarily, as the name suggests, this show will focus on the world of business blogging. What companies are doing it, how they're doing it, what's working, what isn't... What companies aren't doing it, why they aren't doing it, what some possibilities are for their organization, etc... We'll be talking to blog consultants, CEO's, CTO's, middle managers and everything in between." Hosted by Jeremy Wright. (feed)

National Geographic producer David Hamlin blogs Tiny Humans.

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