originally posted by J. Matthew Buchanan on Blawgr
We did a little rethinking on the current edition of Blawg Review. We hosted #48 over at Rethink(IP) and, well, presented it in our own style.
We think that several popular carnivals, including BlawgReview, have become bloated, link-whore-optimized versions of the original vision for what a carnival should be - an edited review of relevant blog posts presented in a manner that contributes to thought-provoking conversation.Check out Blawg Review #48 at Rethink(IP). ...and...if you're interested, here's the rest of the story:
Wake me up, before you Google
Jim Calloway on: Ladies and Gents, In this Corner, Microsoft and in this Corner, Google.
Rob Hyndman on Radio Google
Labor Prof Blog on Blogging and Psychological Warfare on the Picket Line
3L Epiphany on A list of over 600 law blogs
The Blawg Review Editor's new collaborative law blogroll at myHq blawgs.
Marketing and Law Firm Economics
Professional Marketing Blog on The Compleat Guide to Web Marketing
Adam Smith, Esq on All Marketing Generalizations Are Obvious
Adam Smith, Esq on Is Skadden's Revenue Closer to $1.5-Billion or to $7.5-Billion?
J. Craig Williams at May It Please the Court: Who You Gonna Call? Fluffernutter Fights In Federal Court Over Trademark
Patent Baristas on Three-Year Market Exclusivity Extension for a New Indication of a Drug
QuizLaw on You wouldn't like me when I'm angry
Flashback to Blawg Review Awards 2005 which were judged by She-Hulk, the super-heroine attorney.Likelihood of Confusion on: The only unmentionable trademark?
Loosely Coupled on Balthesar's "Rich-Media Application" patent
Courts quoting Adam Sandler, Amici quoting law blogs
AutoMuse Cited to the U.S. Supreme Court
Adam Sandler, Legal Authority
Blawg Coverage of Enron Trial
Potpouri for $1000, Alex
Professor Bainbridge on FAIR to Hillsdale?
BizzBangBuzz on Squidoo Lens Becoming Popular
Jonathan B. Wilson on A Setback for Georgia Tort Reform?
Transblawg on Wright Hassall / Lustige Kanzleinamen
A Fool in the Forest on "Best. Appellate. Advocacy. Anecdote. Ever?"
Labor Professor Blog on Survey: IT Job Growth Slowing Down