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  Blogger Pro post by email feature demonstrated

This is a demonstration of the feature of Blogger Pro used to publish weblog items to the netLs weblog via email.
 
<i>Voi la!</i> and here you have it :)

John | 12/30/2003 04:42:00 AM   >> Post a comment >>   |

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John | 12/28/2003 08:19:00 PM   >> Post a comment >>   |

  Colorado firm touts its sleazeball attorneys

Today's Brief, the Law.com daily news round-up, picks up this item from the ABA Journal about the quirky Web site of the Colorado firm Powers Phillips. Reporter Lori Patel writes: "One needs a sense of humor in dealing with Colorado firm Powers Phillips. In fact, the firm insists upon it. As a sort of quirky screening device, it has created a Web site so firmly tongue-in-cheek that some readers may have trouble swallowing. With the site organized in categories such as 'sleazeball attorneys' and 'agonized clients,' the firm's uppity women and token males apologize in advance to readers they may offend. The attorneys add that they take their work -- but not themselves -- quite seriously."
Robert Ambrogi | 12/15/2003 07:51:00 AM   >> Post a comment >>   |

  Is Brief Reporter dead?

What happened to Brief Reporter? My June 2003 column, A Brief Summary: Free Briefs on the Web, mentions this Web source of legal briefs (even though it is not free). But a poster to the law-lib listserv said today that he has been trying to access it for several weeks with no luck. Anyone know its status?
Robert Ambrogi | 12/10/2003 08:38:00 PM   >> Post a comment >>   |






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