Brett Trout, the author of Internet Laws Affecting Your Company, is hosting Blawg Review #106 next at Blawg IT.
If you feel this blog speaks to you, you must seek professional help (heck, why not talk to a patent lawyer while you are at it). If you see something you like, join in the conversation.Today, in a post titled Link Love and the Practice of Law, Brett writes about his own experience as a blogger.
The best thing about blogging is that it naturally weeds out the bad eggs. Blogs make you transparent. If you are honest, that shows through. If you are nice, people can see that. You can try to hide it, but your blog will eventually bring out your true personality. Blogging is putting a new face on an oft criticized profession. People are using blogs to sort the wheat from the chaff and find the best lawyers out there. Based upon the lawyer bloggers I have met, and continue to meet, I have a new found optimism that the legal profession is more civil, more collegial, smarter and more caring than it was even five years ago, and it is getting more so every day.A finalist in the 2006 Weblog Awards, Blawg IT is definitely worth reading often and adding to your blogrolls and feed readers if you haven't already done so.