Tuesday, August 16, 2005

It's a Small World

Much to the lonley libertarian's surprise, Stephen Bainbridge's Corporation Law and Economics is on the book list for this upcoming semester's Business Organizations class. The first thing that came to my mind was, "hey, I read his blog!" (ProfessorBainbridge.com)

The lonely libertarian wonders how many other students are more familiar with law professors through blogs rather than law reviews. On the other side of the blogosphere, Tom Smith tells us how most law review articles go unread and uncited.

The lonely libertarian also wonders why it's going to be more prestigious to be joining either the Quinnipiac Law Review or Quinnipiac Health Law Journal as opposed to being the complete and utter master of this blog. At least a few people are reading this.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blogs have been known to comment on a variety of issues, ranging from the latest "Here is what I think" type of blog to the latest big movie release to the newest computer on the market. Your blog is very topic specific and should do very well. Keep up the good work.

Also, you might want to look at two very important, topic-specific blogs for some ideas. MediaNews (www.poynter.org/medianews) and (www.iwantmedia.com). First started in 1999 as independent sites. Romenesko's site is particularly interesting for being a must read for media insiders, often creating a hot debate throughout the journalism community, because of its unique combining of news and rumors.

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2:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This web stuff is so new to me. I started a site natural health just to see what happens.

2:08 AM  
Blogger Kerry said...

Just because 43% of law review articles go uncited it doesn't mean they don't have substance.

As Demosthenes once said: "Small opportunities are the beginning of great enterprises"


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