I had an appointment for tomorrow cancelled and thought it might be a good day to run another “By Request Day” on this blog, possibly the last one of the year. You know the drill – leave your questions in the comments to this post or email me at denniskennedyblog @ gmail . com with your question and I’ll try to answer the questions I get, plus a few I’ve been holding.
A number of people have been asking me when I’ll announce the 2005 edition of my annual “Blawggie” awards for excellence in legal blogging. I noticed that I did those on December 26 last year, but that seems like a busy day and I think that I’ll do them before Christmas this year – tentatively on December 22nd.
As the end of the year approaches like a freight train, you can expect to see on this blog an effort to finish the job of reposting my articles, which has proven to be a popular feature. My goal is to finish by the end of the year – I was surprised by how many articles I’ve written over the years. I’m nearly finished with the legal tech articles and will be mixing in some more of my technology law articles.
The 2006 version of my annual legal technology predictions article is in draft form and that will be published this month, perhaps in a long version and a short version. Details to come. The crystal ball was quite interesting in its revelations this year.
I’m also looking for a few volunteers to participate in a roundtable article on Web 2.0 tools for the next issue of Law Practice Today. Let me know if you are interested.
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