Yet Another New Blog . . .

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Just what the world needs – another new blog! I used to blog primarily at PrawfsBlawg and occasionally at Balkinization. I’m now shifting my PrawfsBlawg blogging to this new blog. Why? Because I want to grab land in the blogosphere while they’re still handing out forty acres and a mule. PrawfsBlawg is a great place, and I’ll still be stopping by a lot, but I think it’s time to cultivate a new plot of land.

If you enjoyed my posts at PrawfsBlawg and Balkinization, please come by and visit me here. Concurring Opinions will be a group blog, and other co-bloggers will be joining me shortly. Together, we’ll cover issues involving law, culture, and current events. We’ll focus on technology, privacy, intellectual property, contract, property, torts, constitutional law, criminal law and procedure, literature and humanities, legal theory, sociology, and more.

We promise we’ll try our best to be interesting and entertaining. And we’ll invite interesting and entertaining guest bloggers. All for free! Yes, all this content and you don’t have to pay a dime. What a great deal! Who ever said you don’t get something for nothing?

Please bookmark this website. Add it to your blogrolls. Spread the word far and wide. Visit many times per day. Comment frequently. Link to the posts. And you’re certainly welcome to send in large donations. That’s not too much to ask, is it?

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5 Responses

  1. Mike says:

    I like your stuff. I blogrolled you. I’m trying to publish a “say hello” post, but it’s not working.

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