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Why Blogs?

Fellow Law.com blogger Bob Ambrogi ran smack into that question at a recent seminar. It's a problem all bloggers face. I've tried to explain it to my Mom (who is more interested in what I'm doing than practically anyone else), and she somewhat gets it because I liken it to something she understands: a newspaper column, but on steroids.

When she sent a note to me suggesting a topic for me to blog about, however, she spelled it "blough." Arrrgh. Bob, I share your pain.

We have the same problem out here on the left coast. Hopefully, those attending the blog seminar at Legal Tech in LA on Thursday, June 23, 2005, at 3:30 p.m., will be more receptive than the average lawyer. Stay tuned, though, I'll report in afterward.

The seminar presenters have laid out an aggressive agenda to cover. Me? I'm thinking it's best to keep it simple: read, click, surf, rinse and repeat as necessary. You learn more that way. After all, you're here, right?

Meanwhile, keep reading.

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