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Monday, October 31, 2011

Meta-Guest Blogging?

It's great to be back at Prawfsblawg.  Since my last stint, I've been trying to keep a list of things to blog about.  Alas, the list is pretty haphazard - it includes stuff like the Supreme Court's decision in AT&T Mobility, legal pluralism, religious arbitration, and awesome colleagues. 

But for my first post, I thought I'd solicit some help.  Chris Lund (Wayne) recently signed me up to write 500 words for the annual newsletter for the AALS New Law Professors Section about guest blogging.  It's due pretty soon, so I figured I'd see if anyone had any ideas they thought I should incorporate.  

Either way, I figured this would allow me to guest blog about guest blogging - to meta-guest blog - which seemed like a fun way to start the month.

Posted by Michael Helfand on October 31, 2011 at 08:33 PM in Blogging | Permalink


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Maybe you should talk about how wonderful the comments are.

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