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April 15, 2006

Blogging news and notes

Lots of blogging news and notes this weekend:

  • Blog magnate Paul Caron is celebrating his blog's two-year anniversary.  Among Paul's many amazing accomplishments is his average of nearly 50 posts per week for this period.  I feel like I post a lot (too much?), but I only achieve about half that production.
  • As recently noted by Orin Kerr and Howard Bashman, later this month at Harvard Law School there is a conference on blogs and legal scholarship entitled "Bloggership: How Blogs Are Transforming Legal Scholarship."  Details are set forth here, and I have to thank the aforementioned Paul Caron for inviting me to participate.
  • Ian Best at 3L Epiphany has impressively assembled here a (comprehensive?) collection of cases that cite legal blogs.  Needless to say, I am pleased to discover that this blog, according to Ian, has the "most case citations ... with 21 citations in 17 cases."  In addition to thanking Ian for assembling this list, I want to publicly thank all the judges (and clerks) who read and have cited this blog.  (Thanks also to Eugene Volokh for noticing.)

UPDATE: Concurring Opinions has a funny riff on 3L Epiphany's blog cite count.

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