Six Months of Concurring Opinions

It’s our 50 year 25 year 10 year 1 year . . . six month anniversary (but that’s a long span in blogosphere time), and today I hereby declare that all of our posts are on the house – they are entirely free. Yes – free! So visit the blog today and enjoy our great hospitality!

To mark this occasion, I thought I would link to some of the posts I wrote that are my personal favorites here at Concurring Opinions. Why am I doing this? Well, the true reason is that I’m lazy and have nothing to say right now, so why not rehash some old stuff from the archives? Anyway, if you missed any of these, you might enjoy them:

1. The Airline Screening Playset: Hours of Fun!

2. Notice of Privacy Practices

3. A Day in the Life of Blogging

4. A Translation of Gonzales’s Answers at the NSA Surveillance Hearings

5. Do No Evil and Perhaps Do Some Good: Google, Privacy, and Business Records

6. Free Credit Reports: My Exciting Adventure

7. Blogging Without Tenure

8. Abolish the Bar Exam

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2 Responses

  1. KipEsquire says:


  2. The airline screening playset is DEFINITELY number one! 🙂 This might be the best post (or at least the most creative) of all blogosphere time. Congratulations on a marvelous six months!