BlawgWorld 2006 is is a great present from Neil Squillante at and a great sampler of useful, thought-provoking and enjoyable blog posts from more than fifty of the many legal blogs out there these days.
BlawgWorld is both a free gift to current TechnoLawyer members (like me) and a promotion to encourage people who read and want to read blogs and who are also interested in legal technology to join the TechnoLawyer list (it’s free). As I’ve said many times before, if you are a regular reader of DennisKennedy.Blog, you should also be a TechnoLawyer subscriber. It’s that simple.
Neil and I go back a long way, I consider him a good friend, and the TechnoLawyer group has been very good to me over the years. I don’t even pretend to be impartial about TechnoLawyer. It was a pleasure to have the chance to participate in BlawgWorld 2006, which includes entries from both this blog and Between Lawyers. I appreciate Neil suggesting which post of mine to include.
I’m also struck by how many bloggers chose one of my favorite posts from their blogs. There’s some excellent stuff in there, especially Matt Buchanan’s excellent “Texaco” post, a personal favorite of mine.
BlawgWorld 2006 gives those new to the world of legal blogging a great sampling of the range and nature of the legal blogs. It’s not comprehensive, or even designed to be, but it’s a very nice sampler, especially for those who have heard about blogs, but haven’t really read any blogs yet.
Now for the details if you want to get your own free copy of BlawgWorld 2006. \It’s free, but available exclusively to TechnoLawyer members. To receive your free copy, please go to, register as a new TechnoLawyer member (be sure to try out a few of the newsletters), and you’ll be emailed a link to download the eBook. You’ll get the book and then, assuming that you subscribe to a newsletter, receive the occasional email with great legal technology information from TechnoLawyer. In no time, people will consider you the local expert on legal technology – not a bad result for a free subscription. As I said, I don’t pretend to be impartial about TechnoLawyer – I’m a big fan.
Although I think that it’s easy for people these days to over-think and over-discuss the whole “blogging phenomenon,” I will note that if you read through BlawgWorld 2006, you’ll see why I’ve begun to describe blogs as “online newspaper or magazine columns without the newspaper or magazine.”
BlawgWorld 2006 gives you plenty of reason to join up with TechnoLawyer and to sample the world of blogs as well. A very nice combo, especially for regular readers of this blog.
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