Yes, I know it’s hard to think of snowy February when it’s June and summer here in the northern hemisphere.
Describing itself as a “carnival of the blawgs” (although, sorry, no fried dough or Ferris wheels), Blawg Review is a moveable feast—each Monday it’s hosted by a different law blog, which sums up a week’s worth of the new and noteworthy in law blogging. Then, like the genuine article, this virtual carnival pulls up stakes and moves on to another location. This gives visitors to Blawg Review an opportunity to sample a variety of law blogs.
So please go ahead and check out this week’s Blawg Review #10, which is hosted by Evan Brown at InternetCases.com. And this coming Monday be sure to pay a visit to Al Nye the Lawyer Guy, who is next week’s Blawg Review host.
By the way, you don’t have to be a lawyer to enjoy these carnivals. This week’s Blawg Review features blog posts on medical marijuana; tort reform (which IMHO everyone should be worried about, not just personal injury lawyers), and blogging basics, which offers a link to an article Al Nye wrote for the Spring 2005 Maine Bar Journal (in PDF format, on page 39) with plenty of great tips on blogging for anyone who wants to join in on the blogging craze.