Blawg Review #207 -- All the News That Fits
Perhaps if today's traditional newspapers took a virtual page from Jordan Furlong at Law 21, they wouldn't find themselves in such a sorry state. Furlong's Blawg Review #207 is structured to resemble your local newspaper, complete with sections like News, Business, Sports and even Comics.
Coverage of the ABA Tech Show was a big story of the week, with a summary of highlights from Reid Trautz (who shares his favorite tips), coverage of Richard Susskind's keynote talk from Allison Shields and Lisa Solomon, among others, and a general overview from Rex Gradeless. But there was also plenty of talk of innovation on the law school front, with an extensive call for change at MauledAgain and a "radical" proposal to make law schools compete on price at MinnLawyer Blog.
Finally, Furlong reminds us that Blawg Review #207 falls on the fourth anniversary of the original launch of Blawg Review. Perhaps the future of conventional media isn't bright, but Blawg Review continues to thrive.
Posted by Carolyn Elefant on April 13, 2009 at 04:04 PM | Permalink
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