blogging

Blogging to death?

Apparently some high output bloggers have been dropping dead, leading the New York Times to blame the pressure of blogging. but as Jeremy Blachman points out, 'middle age geek who never leaves their computer has heart attack' is a somewhat less...

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The uses of vanity

Hands up how many readers of the British blawgs had read BabyBarista's blog prior to say four to six weeks ago? No? Me neither. But it has been apparently going since October 06. In a textbook campaign, BabyBarista made himself known though...

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Masquerade

The theme of the last few days for me, at least in regard to some small corners of the law blog world, has turned out to be the failure of anonymity. Item one: Someone has apparently worked out who Pupilblog is. Item two: I've been reading...

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Au Rebours

The kindly Family Lore has tagged me with the latest blogger's version of a chain letter, a meme tag. I vaguely recall seeing this one spreading amongst web designer blogs a couple of months ago and then it recently hit the law blogs like mutated...

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Comment spam

Apologies if you have had problems accessing the site. There is a torrent of comment spam posting going on and it is hitting my server heavily at the moment. None of it gets through, as I use Askimet for Wordpress, but each attempted spam comment...

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Law Search now Beta 0.1

It is an ongoing process, but I think Law Search has reached Beta status, just, and has thus been promoted to the sidebar. The custom specialist search, via Google co-op, prioritises results from listed sites, but includes general search results....

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Irony in passing.

I know I shouldn't, but working on the litigator's instinct of putting the boot in, here is a quote from the 'CEO' of Netrank, taken from this Guardian article: John Straw, chief executive of online brand positioning company Netrank, says it...

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