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April 28, 2006

If you love blogging about blogging about blogging...

Rashomon then you will love this post.

I'm done with my panel at this conference at Harvard Law School — entitled "Bloggership: How Blogs Are Transforming Legal Scholarship" — on blogs and legal scholarship.  As is always the case in conferences of this nature, I now feel like I did not have the time to say most of what I wanted to say (and I'm sure even what I said could have been said a lot better).  But, of more lasting import, I can sit in the audience and multi-task, and right now I'm listening to panel two and also checking out who else is commenting on the conference.  Here's what I've found:

Have I missed anyone?  Needless to say, I see the diversity of perspectives in all these comments — and their Rashomon quality — reinforce some of the points I make in my paper contribution (one of the bunch that can be accessed at this special SSRN page).

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