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Monday, February 19, 2007

Our Millionth Visitor and some of our favorite posts

Sometime over the weekend, we passed the milestone of 1 million visitors to this website. Prawfs, like blogging generally, has had its share of ups and downs, achievements and mistakes, and probably most of all, instructive lessons. I can't say this for everyone else, but for me it certainly feels like I'm getting educated in public on many issues, and that can be both thrilling at times as well as dispiriting (as in yikes, I should never have said *that*!).

In any event, I've linked to a few of my favorite posts over the last while by some of the other permaprawfs here as a way to mark the milestone. Some of these selections are chosen because the comments are just as illuminating or remarkable as the post itself. Other selections are just 'cuz. Feel free to weigh in with your own faves or reactions. What should Prawfs be thinking about doing on the blog in the next year or for the next 1 million visitors??

Ethan Leib: DC and Law Professor Types Are Not a Lethal Combo

Steve Vladeck: Too Cool for School? When Students Strike-Some Reactions

Orly Lobel: High Culture, Low Culture, and the Academy

Rick Garnett: Why Do Universities Exist?

Matt Bodie: Is Larry Ribstein a Conservative? On Eschewing Labels in Corporate Law

Paul Horwitz: Representing Guantanamo Detainees

P.S. Let me just make a quick shout out to our friends at the Conglomerate, who also just passed this million-visitor milestone, as well as to Gordon Smith, who just accepted a post at BYU.

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Congratulations Dan and all! This continues to be one of the very best blawgs out there, and in the category of "blogs with unspellable names," it is clearly the best.

Posted by: Daniel J. Solove | Feb 22, 2007 11:02:34 PM

I'd add, to the greatest-hits list, Paul's posts on religious tests and related matters. Really good stuff (which wound up in a law review).




Posted by: Rick Garnett | Feb 20, 2007 10:40:48 AM

Congratulations, Dan and company.

As for future projects, I suggest that you add more Jennifer Aniston content. And, of course, more cowbell.

Posted by: Kaimi | Feb 19, 2007 6:48:52 PM

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