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My colleague Bob Ambrogi's recent mini-series on the earliest law related blogs got me thinking about a related issue. Over time, has law blogging become more institutionalized and formulaic?  I remember in the early days of blogging how debates over various topics (even something as innocuous as the propriety of the term "blawg") spread contagiously between many blogs.  These days, blogging seems a bit more staid with many blogs simply  serving as conduits for snippets of other blog posts or articles, without any commentary. 

So here are my questions for you.  First, do you prefer those blogs where the writer offers opinions or ideas, or those that aggregate and convey information efficiently so that you can stay on top of new events?  And second, which law related blogs in your view provide the best "value added" commentary, advice and/or analysis?  (to clarify, I'm interested most in law related blogs, rather than more "political" blogs which by definition must provide commentary or they'll lose readership).

Comments are open for your feedback below -- or you can address this question on your blog and submit the link to your post. 

Posted by Carolyn Elefant on July 27, 2007 at 05:36 PM | Permalink | Comments (3)

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