This Week: The Something-a-Little-Different Edition, in Which Your Editor Saves the Best Links for Tomorrow
Tomorrow, of course, will mark the first installment of Blawg Review, which I happily agreed to host on this weblog. As a way of increasing your anticipation, which I'm sure is already approaching fever pitch, I thought I'd save the posts that would have otherwise appeared here and include them in Blawg Review #1 tomorrow.
Confused? Return tomorrow morning and you'll understand. In the meantime, I do have something to mention today: Professor Brian Murphy's Entertainment Law class at New York Law School. As far as I know, it's the first and only law-school class that awards extra credit for blogging.
The Entertainment Law Blog: During the course of the semester, you are required to make at least two substantive postings to the class blog. You may, of course, post as often as you like. A substantive posting is one in which you provide insight and analysis; a posting in which you merely link to an interesting article does not count as substantive.
How's the class doing? Here are some recent headlines:
Brittney ["Brittney Spears and her husband are going to have their own reality TV show . . . ENJOY!"]
Tech Law Advisor ["There is an interesting new blog out there for students like us going through the ever elusive job search."] (Ed.'s note: Kevin, you're everywhere!)
D.C. Apartment Available for Sublet ["Spacious and furnished studio apartment in building with 24-hour front desk attendant available for the summer."]
Substantive? You decide. (Ed.'s note #2: I understand that in selecting posts to highlight, I was being a little unfair to the weblog. Rather than sending me hate mail, why don't you spend your time posting something substantive for Professor Murphy?) (Ed.'s note #3: Thanks to the reader who e-mailed me the link.)