LEGAL UNDERGROUND PODCAST Episode #45 . . . On today's show: The Florida Bar is baffled by metadata; how to become famous all over the world; and why I'm so frustrated that I did this unplanned, bonus podcast. Running time: 17 minutes.
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Additional show notes:
- My earlier post about the Florida Bar and metadata;
- The article in the London Daily Mirror* about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie that was the start of my roller coaster ride to worldwide fame (did I ever tell you that Brad and I are both from Springfield, Missouri?);
- An example of the way Christopher King is pretending in the comments at Daily Kos that I endorse him or his causes--knock it off, Mr. King!
- A public apology to Miller & Zois for the way I screwed up with respect to this post at The Illinois Trial Practice Weblog;
- "Lawyer Blog Fight" at Kevin O'Keefe's Real Lawyers Have Blogs;
- Blawg Review, where the anonymous editor posts opinions that aren't necessarily mine because I'm not the anonymous editor of Blawg Review. That people continue to insist otherwise bothers me. It's time for the anonymous editor to state his or her real identity. Remember, if you receive a e-mail from the editor of Blawg Review--it's not from me!
- The Blue Vagrants at the Podsafe Music Network;
- The Blue Vagrants at their website.
*I incorrectly called the newspaper the Daily Mail in the podcast. That was an error. Errors in podcasts are hard to fix. You have to start over from the beginning, something that very possibly could have killed me. So I didn't fix the error.