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A Blog’s Life

Aug - 30 - 2006
Nicole C. Engard

I finally finished reading A Blog’s Life an article by Mary Whisner in the Law Library Journal (AALL). What a great article!

Mary walks us through the process of setting up her first blog and it’s successes (and failures) along the way. I like stories like this because it shows people that while a blog may not be your first idea for a way to transmit information (in Mary’s case it was a Word Document sent to the webmaster to be put up on the site), it may just be the easiest (and most fun) way.

It’s a quick read (I just had a lot waiting to be read) so make sure you give it a read and visit Mary’s blog Trial Ad Notes. Thanks Gwen for sending it to me.

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  1. [...]     Two law librarians — each a practicing lawyer prior to earning a degree in library science — have volunteered to make regular postings at shlep.  One brings long experience at academic law libraries, the other is a “pro se practitioner” at a public law library.  Mary Whisner is a reference librarian at the Gallagher Law Library of the University of Washington School of Law, and the editor/author of the Trial Ad Notes weblog.  (Her CV quickly humbled This shlep Editor.)  Mary wrote the Gallagher Guide for Members of the Public.  Readers of The Virtual Chase, The Law Librarian Blog, and WILT recently got to know Mary through her Law Library Journal article “A Blog’s Life,” from her Practicing Reference column in LLJ. [...]

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