Tag: meta

  • Letters Blogatory’s Annual Appeal For Nominations

    Readers, once each year—just once!—I come to you and humbly ask for your nominations for the ABA Blawg 100, a listing of what the ABA thinks are the 100 best legal blogs. I almost forgot this year—nominations are due on August 16! If you’ve gotten something useful from my continuing coverage of major cases such […]

  • The Year In Review 1: Top Posts On Letters Blogatory

    Happy New Year! As I did last year, I’m providing a list of the top ten posts on Letters Blogatory, counted by unique pageviews on the Web (i.e., not including people who read the post via email subscription, or an RSS feed, or some other way). I’ve excluded index pages, for example, my page indexing […]

  • Law Bloggers Can Help Improve The Web

    Readers, you may or may not know that I like to tinker with the software that runs Letters Blogatory. When I started the blog, I used a service called wordpress.com, which hosted the blog for me. Later, I rented space on a “shared server,” a server that I and many others shared and that was […]

  • New Feature: The Index

    Readers, if you’ve been reading for a long time, you will know that I have gone through a lot of variations on the theme of allowing you to look up relevant cases on Letters Blogatory more easily. When I started out, I would write about a case of the day and then add a brief […]

  • One Thousand and One Posts

    Today’s case of the day, SEC v. China Intelligent Lighting and Electronics, was Letters Blogatory’s one thousandth post! That makes this the thousand and first post. Thanks as always for reading, and especial thanks to my regular readers and subscribers.