BLAWG REVIEW #97 . . . Find out what's happening in the legal blogosphere in this week's Blawg Review #97, hosted by Bob Coffield at the Health Care Law Blog. For details on how to participate in the weekly project, see the Blawg Review website.
THE WEEKLY LAW SCHOOL ROUNDUP . . . The Weekly Law School Roundup alternates between Legal Underground and divine angst, where Kristine has posted this week's Weekly Law School Roundup #59. The next installment will appear here Sunday, so be sure to check back.
FUN WITH GOOGLE BOOK SEARCH . . . For at least the past few months, Google Book Search has allowed you to limit searches to "full view books," that is, those books in which the entire contents have been scanned for reading. There are thousands and thousands of such books. If you want some examples, take a look at H.L. Mencken's Prejudices: First Series and Prejudices: Second Series. Those are both books I've bought myself from used-sellers. Today, I'd just read them online--or download a full pdf version to my computer.
WAY TOO MUCH INFORMATION? . . . A few months ago, Denise Howell tagged me with the five-things-no -one-knows-about-me meme, which means that I'm obliged to state, here and now, five things that I haven't yet disclosed about myself on this weblog.
Although I'm obliged to list them, you certainly aren't obliged to read. But if you must--