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It's Not As Easy As It Looks

Yep, it's not as easy as it looks. In fact, it's quite challenging, and constantly requires research.

Blogging, that is. Just ask Richard A. Posner, who tried it for a week on Lessig's blog. Posner sits on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

The ABA reported on Posner's stint, who now says he has no intent to start his own blog, despite requests from many fans. The process is too time-consuming, he says. Here's Sabrina's thoughts on it.

"You have an accumulation of ideas you can express, but if you did it week after week, you’d have to keep generating new ideas," Posner says, "which means you’d not only have to spend a lot of time actually writing the blog, but doing the research and constantly renewing your thoughts."

No kidding! Are there any applicants out there for a stint on MIPTC?

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