BLAWGWORLD 2006: A Book About Law-Related Weblogs from TechnoLawyer . . . Here's how TechnoLawyer.com describes its new ebook, published today--
According to various studies, approximately 80,000 new blogs launch every day, including dozens of legal blogs (blawgs). No one knows how many blawgs exist, but whatever the number, monitoring them would amount to a full-time job.
For this reason, we've published BlawgWorld 2006: Capital of Big Ideas, a TechnoLawyer eBook designed to take you on a journey through 51 of the most influential blawgs.
BlawgWorld 2006 includes posts from both Legal Underground and the Illinois Trial Practice Weblog. You'll also recognize a number of other legal weblogs. The book is easy to download and read --just go to this page and register (for free) with TechnoLawyer.
UPDATE 12/6/05 In the comments, there is some interesting criticism of the BlawgWorld concept. If you're interested in the controversy, you should also read Robert Ambrogi's post about BlawgWorld. Ambrogi concludes, "BlawgWorld was a worthwhile experiment, but now it should be shelved." For context, read the whole post.