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Enquiring Minds Want to Know: “What’s a Blog?”

Posted by Rick · June 30th, 2003 · No Comments

Well, looks like I’m not the only one trying to figure out this blog stuff lately. The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School is also working on it.

Being both the Director of Information Systems for a large company during the day and a law student at night, my interests are, predictably, Technology & Law. In the course of working out some ideas after I graded on to my school’s Law Review, I stumbled across a log…er, a blog. My interest piqued, I thereafter began experimenting.

So far it’s just an experiment and I haven’t quite settled down into a format (or even a choice of blogging software—this site uses Movable Type, while my still-in-development technology law site so far is using CityDesk™), but I think I’ll definitely delve heavily into blogging. Probably this site will focus on less rigorously-developed posts on topics ranging from law to politics to technology to current events to my personal life to whatever else it strikes my fancy to write about. TechStop™, my other site, will be more “professional” and oriented towards technology law issues, but will still include a blog—albeit without the more personal musings found here. (It’s virtually certain I’ll cross-link the two.)

So if you get bored reading the drivel I post here and yearn for something with a little more meat in it, click on over to TechStop™. It may be a few weeks before there’s much solid food there, but I’ll be devoting a lot of energy to it after my First Amendment final examination in about a week.

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