Ten years ago tomorrow, I wrote my first posts on Inter Alia. Back in 2007 Bob Ambrogi tried to figure out who was the first legal blogger, and calculated that my blog was #11 on that list. Anyone who reads this blog knows that I have been keeping track of law blogs for
A New Chapter in the Life of This Blog
My regular readers will know that for years, my blog has gone neglected. When I started my blog back in 2002, the blog platform, pMachine (which is now known as Expression Engine) was the top-of-the-line in blogging products. As the platform got older, I kept putting off updating my site, delaying the inevitable. When…
Let’s Meet Up in Washington, D.C.!
Dennis Kennedy and I will be in Washington, D.C. this week for the ABA Law Practice Management Section Fall Meeting. It has been awhile since Dennis and I have been in the same town at the same time, along with a lot of other legal technology folks. So we decided to have a meetup…
A Comment about Comments
I’m throwing in the towel against comment spam. As of now, comments will be shut down on all archived posts. Because I think comments are an important part of developing a dialogue, however, I plan on holding a “comment period” of one week for all new posts, at which point I’ll disable the comments. So…
A Note About Comments
Folks, I may have to turn off the Comments feature sometime in the near future — the comment spammers have found me, and I’m getting deluged with ads for diet drugs and poker tournaments. I’ll hold off a few days more and see if it eases up, but if you can’t comment on a future…
All the leaves are brown…..
Okay, they won’t be brown here in Dallas for another two months. But I’m still off to California for a short trip to visit my sister. See you back here next week.
Lost and Adrift
That’s how I feel, anyway, without an internet connection at home. Posting will be delayed until I can get it fixed — tomorrow, hopefully.
Off to the Cape
I’ll be spending a few days on Cape Cod, and I won’t be back until next Monday. Enjoy a few “Blawgs of the Day” while I’m gone — see you next Tuesday!
I’m having some minor surgery today, so posting may be light for a few days, depending on how soon I’m up and about. See you next week!
The dangers of using new technology
A Memphis woman was arrested and charged last week with first-degree murder after she bludgeoned her boyfriend to death with an iPod. Apparently, the murder was the result of a domestic dispute after the victim erased the contents of the other’s iPod.