NOTORIETY IN THE BLOGOSPHERE
June 19, 2010 § Leave a comment
It surprised me to see that on the first day I publicized this blog, I had 144 views, and the next day 283! And that was even before I had let more than a couple of lawyers know it existed.
The answer is that when I commented on Philip Thomas’ amusing article on dressing for court (“HIGH WATERS” AND BURLAP SUITS), other bloggers picked it up and spread the word.
We were mentioned in NMissCommentor, Thus Blogged Anderson, Dr. X’s Free Associations, and The Mississippi Family Law Blog, and the views flooded in. There may be others, but those are the ones I am aware of. This internet is truly amazing. It affirms my belief that it’s a great medium to disseminate information. I hope all of the attorneys in D12 take advantage of this blog and contribute to it. And I hope that it helps those from out of district who do business in our court.
I mentioned NMissCommentor above. It’s the blog of Tom Freeland, a lawyer in Oxford whose posts I started reading and became addicted to during the Scruggs scandal. I read his blog every day and commend it to you as a great source of info about the law in general and Mississippi litigation in particular, as well as his interests, including Mississippi blues, local food, cooking, humor and esoterica.
I’ll be adding more suggested links to the panel on the right as soon as I get around to it.