The Year 2007 Will Soon End and 2008 is Coming : What Does the Future Hold? Try the Search Engine Filter Future Scanner

Future Scanner is a search engine filter that scans the future – click any year you want, starting at the year 2008, going year by year to the year 2020 – and … beyond. Obviously, there are all kinds of predictions for 2008 as we head into the New Year.

Drug Testing & Law at The Issue + Flat Tax

The Blog Newspaper The Issue has as its current Issue of the Day the subject of Drug Testing, which then links to blogs covering that topic from a legal point of view.

The Newsroom currently points to a discussion of The Flat Tax.

The whole site looks like it is just starting up yet and the color selection is candylike, but a Blog Newspaper like this is an interesting idea.

Two Articles on the Growing Power of Blogs – via Neil J. Squillante of TechnoLawyer

Neil J.Squillante of TechnoLawyer sent me the following e-mail some time ago under the title: “Two Articles on the Growing Power of Blogs”. I had not posted it yet but here now is Neil’s email on this important topic (the links in his email are operative):

Hi Andis,

In case you missed them, FindLaw recently published two
articles about blogs:

In “How Bloggers Influence Corporations,” David Canton of
eLegal Canton issues a wake-up call to large corporations.
In so doing, he cites several BlawgWorld blawgs, including
Canadian Privacy Law Blog, Michael Geist’s Blog, and
George’s Employment Blawg. Read the article.

In “The State of Legal Blogs: A Report From the Frontlines,” founder Bill Gratsch discusses the breadth and
diversity of today’s legal blogosphere compared to the early
days five years ago. He also lists several blawg
directories, including his own, our BlawgWorld
eBook, and the always mysterious Blawg Review. Read the


Neil J. Squillante
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