Blawg Review

It's not just a blog carnival; it's the law! ~ a fool in the forest

Simple is the New Complex

by Colin Samuels, at Infamy or Praise

The theme of this week's Blawg Review #227 is themelessness. I know that it's all very meta, but Sheryl Sisk Schelin does us proud with this effort, hosted at her The Inspired Solo site. As the "next guy [who went] all Dante on you" referenced in the third paragraph, let me just say that I for one am appreciative that Shelin's arrested (at least temporarily) our Blawg Review theme arms race.

Her objective was to produce a simple Blawg Review which delivered "the good stuff from the blawgs" and she's succeeded. Highlights in this edition include resolving trust issues in deal-making, considering the impact of "Skanks" on anonymous internet speech, and lamenting (or not) the putative death of the billable hour. Is law still cool if the billable hour is no more? We'll find out next week when Law Is Cool hosts Blawg Review #228.