RANDOM NOTES . . . Some random notes, in no particular order (I used to do these "random notes" a lot, but haven't in awhile) . . .
I'm getting ready for another trip to Mexico City. I posted a lot of photos last year when I went there for a few days in May. This time I'm making the trip a little longer. Wish me luck--I'll need my Spanish skills in top-notch working order or it's going to be a flop.
I've been using Twitter for a few months, but mostly just to keep up with my kids, who all took to using it in an intra-family way, especially since one of their siblings was away at the University of Minnesota and hard to keep tabs on. Twitter is great for family use, although I'm not sure that many people use it that way. Most seem to use it for "networking." Not me, at least not much.
There's a search on for a law student who wants to do the Law School Roundup every other week. If you're interested, contact Kristine at divine angst.
I've put some of the essay-type posts from this weblog circa 2004-2005 into a book that I'm shopping around a little. I don't know what will happen with it, but I was inspired by the many people who read my recent Types of Lawyers post after a number of very nice bloggers linked to it a few months ago. As always, thanks for reading!
Look for next week's roundup at divine angst then it's back here the week after that. You can find some other recent roundups in the "At the Law Schools 2" category, as well as sixty or so older roundups from 2004-2005 here. Finally, if you want to know how I choose posts to highlight, see "How I Write the Weekly Law School Roundup." (If you have a law-student weblog that I don't seem to know about or that isn't in my blogroll, please send me an email.)
This final section of the essay is very easy to write. In a word, don't. And if you're reading this final section only because you're wondering how my invitation to Hollywood is going, which, after all, is the real reason for this four-part essay, take a look at my brief introduction, where this question is answered, at least for now.
[Like this post? It's one of many included in my book How to Feed a Lawyer (And Other Irreverent Oberservations from the Legal Underground). Details here.]