Ian Andrew Best, a student at the Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law, Columbus, has generated quite a bit of online fame for himself with his online Taxonomy of Legal Blogs. Yes, he may well be the first law student to garner academic credit for blogging. His sorted collection of many blawg names

Technolawyer’s BlawgWorld 2006 was released near the end of November, 2005. It was a nice little e-book profiling many popular legal blogs. I noted its release then, but many of you may have declined to download it because you had to register with Technolawyer. Now it has been released for a free, public, no-strings-attached download.

Welcome to Blawg Review #49

For those of you who have never partaken of the Blawg Review, it is what is referred to as a carnival. I am this week’s guest host. Yes, this is a carnival, an online traveling sideshow of sorts. Carnivals are where one plays what one may believe to be rigged

The knowledgable (and very charming) Adriana Linares has launched the IHeartTech blog featuring "Technology Tips and Advice for a Lawyer’s Life and Business." I must be slipping. She started it in December and I just found out. Among other things, she is a whiz on law firm training issues.

I think her blog is going

Well, I just got my copy of BlawgWorld 2006, an e-book from those fine folks at Technolawyer. My friend Dennis Kennedy has already said everything that needs to be said about it. So just go read his post. If you want a copy, you need to be a member of Technolawyer and can sign

A new law practice management blog has been launched. It is called The Practice. It is the brainchild of three lawyers–Jonathan Stein of Elk Grove, CA, Shane Jimison of Richmond, VA and Barry Kaufman of Jacksonville, FL. For a blog that has been online less than a month, they have a remarkable number

Several days ago, I did a post here on Blog Search Tools. Now we have a new powerhouse in this area with the entry of Google’s Blog Search (in beta.) Many of us have been anticipating this from Google for some time. You will not be surprised to hear that it seems to work well

With millions of blogs online and tens of thousands of new ones appearing daily, there is a need for tools to sort through the many new voices posting on the Net. Certainly traditional search engines like Google index the blogosphere, but there are other tools focused primarily on blogs. When I want a search