Products Liability Blawg - my wife, Monique, practices products liability law, and has decided to see if blogging is a worthwhile tie-in to her practice. She is experimenting with Radio, and has a site called, aptly, Products Liability Blawg. I guess this makes us the first ones in cyberspace with a two blawg garage.
And it goes almost without saying that it has an XML feed.
Legal Sites with XML feeds - I've made a list of legal sites withe XML feeds, which is by no means exhaustive. These are simply the sites that I have in my Radio News Aggregator. If you have a site with an XML feed and want to be added let me know and I'll be glad to add you.
Macintosh for lawyers - check out Legal Mac which is Larry Stanton's blog. He also recommends that you join MacLaw if you are a legal professional and use a Mac. MacLaw is hosted by Yahoo Groups. The list discusses new Macintosh technologies, and other topics of interest to Mac users.
Another Lawyer Blogger - Check out the this blog by prolific legal technology writer Dennis Kenndy [via net.law.tools]. It's just getting going but its going to be a good one, and with an XML feed. I've added it to the blog outline, and put it in a new category for blogs that discuss law and technology.
Damn, this is impressive - David Weinberger, whose poetic/philosophical descriptions of the Internet are without peer, has written an amazing cybercitizen's rant. I'm posting this mostly so that I preserve the link and can go back to read it again, but the rest of you are free to follow the link too.