law-blogs-and-blogging

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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Law Search

I've been toying with the idea for while, since I discovered Google Co-op. Why not a search engine dedicated to legal resources/information/commentary, bringing together the scattered information and comment that is already out there? So, with a...

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Left at the altar.

As Nick Holmes and Family Lore have noted, the Times Law blog appears to have unceremoniously vanished, 404ing without even so much as a goodbye. I hope that something new is planned, although in retrospect the difference between the blog and the...

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Public Law 2.0

Nick Holmes has a very interesting post at Binary Law on the future of Law publishing in a world of social software. I've been wondering about similar things recently, both in general and in particular, following an examination of my server logs,...

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