BlawgWorld 2005 EBook is Released.

By at 30 November, 2005, 1:44 pm

This past summer, I was asked to submit my favorite blawg post from Compujurist for consideration to be included in an eBook being assembled by Neil Squillante of Technolawyer . The ebook was to be called “BlawgWorld” and would feature favorite posts from the best legal blawgs and published this fall. I was honored to find out that my post on the need to backup computer data would be one of the 51 posts included in the BlawgWorld eBook.

The authors read like a “Who’s Who” of the legal blogging world including contributions from my friends Jim Calloway, Dennis Kennedy, Jeff Beard and Reid Trautz, as well as many others. Topics include tips and tricks, to sucesion planning and other topics of interests to lawyers and their staff. If you’ve ever wondered how to find legal blogging sites, this is a great place to start. I’m also impressed with the quality of the eBook. Each article includes an image of the blawg site (which is also a hyperlink to that site), a brief author bio and site bio. Neil and his staff obviuolsy put a lot of effort into this publication and it’s a great resource to have.

While available to the over 11,000 members of the Technolawyer community. If you aren’t a member of the Technolawyer community, you should be: it’s a terrific resource and the cost can’t be beat – its free. For anyone interested in obtaining this publication, you can visit the BlawgWorld eBook site and get your free membership to Technolawyer and a copy of a BlawgWorld.

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