With pride I would like to announce the release this morning of
"BlawgWorld 2006," the first in what is promised to be an annual
series of "e-books" comprising the best of the blawgosphere, brought
to you by our
friends at TechnoLawyer. In their own words:
"According to various studies, approximately 80,000 new
blogs launch every day, including dozens of legal blogs (blawgs).
No one knows how many blawgs exist, but whatever the number, monitoring
them would amount to a full-time job.
"For this reason, we’ve published BlawgWorld
2006: Capital of Big Ideas, a TechnoLawyer eBook designed to take you on a journey through
51 of the most influential blawgs.
"You cannot buy a copy of BlawgWorld 2006. It’s free, but available
exclusively to TechnoLawyer members. To receive your free copy, please
use the form on this
The inaugural issue contains "best of" posts from 51 separate
blawgs, and I am honored that the "sampler" from "Adam
Smith, Esq." was chosen
as the illustrative post featured on the BlawgWorld 2006 home page.
I encourage you all to take a look; clearly a lot of hard work has
gone into this endeavor. And in the true original spirit of
the ‘Net, it is, I repeat, completely free.
Unfortunately, I cannot offer all of you the free drinks I and other
contributors will be enjoying tonight courtesy of TechnoLawyer to
celebrate the launch of BlawgWorld 2006. But if you’re ever
looking for a snappy bar in Tribeca, check out "Brandy
where we’ll be congregating tonight.