3 Geeks and a Law Blog is a site I've been meaning to feature here for quite some time. Here's how the three"geeks" describe their blog: "A law blog addressing the foci of 3 intrepid law geeks, specializing in their respective fields of knowledge management, Internet marketing and library sciences, melding together to form the Dynamic Trio." The authors are all employed by large Houston, TX law firms. (Two of them note 1000+ lawyers in their firm.) From reading the blog, you get an idea of their impressive knowledge and experience.
I've known Toby Brown and Greg Lambert for many years. Toby used to work for the Utah Bar Association and Greg used to work on the Oklahoma Supreme Court's website OSCN.Net. The third "geek" is Lisa Salazar, who seems very competent, even if she does allow her name to be associated online with these other two characters.
I certainly know Toby well enough to bust him for his title of Statistical Juxtaposition for a recent post on alternative fee arrangements.(No, Toby, the point of the title is to make people want to read the post.) Greg caught my interest with a post My "Mobile" Land Line – The Cheap Geek Buys a Magic Jack. (Oh, don't turn up your nose, dear reader. You've been wondering, too.) Last year, Toby and Greg uploaded the slide show for their presentation Is "Privacy" Still in the Dictionary? (Yes, guys, the definition starts with "A quaint Twentieth Century concept…") Lisa discusses online censorship in Censoring Social Networking: Can You Program Justice?