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Quote of the Day - Our research not only shows that there is no buzz about blogging and podcasting outside of our media industry bubble, but also that people have no understanding of what the words mean. It's a real wake-up call. - Sarah Carter
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Coast to Coast Internet Radio Talks Blawgging At Big Firms

Blogging has become a very popular way to share facts and opinions on any topic that you could imagine.  The majority of legal bloggers are attorneys from small and individually owned firms, while lawyers at large firms have, for the most part, stayed away from it.  Join me and my co-host and fellow Law.com blogger Bob Ambrogi as we speak to three top blawggers and attorneys, Denise Howell, who writes the blawg "Bag and Baggage,"  Ernie Svenson, who writes "Ernie the Attorney" and Howard Bashman, who writes "How Appealing."  Give a listen.

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