According to the Wall Street Journal, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York has filed a forfeiture proceeding against 650 Fifth Avenue in New York. In […]

The Boston Globe West has a story from the Newton History Museum at The Jackson Homestead focusing on the impact of the Charles River on Newton: Pages From Newton’s History. […]

The Canadian Law Blog Awards are seeking nominations for this year’s awards. Between now an Friday December 27th you can nominate a Canadian authored legal blog by writing blog post […]

Since The Son and The Daughter came I have become an armchair adventurer rather than an outdoor adventurer. The tale of Shackleton’s adventure to Antarctica has always fascinated me; Trapped […]

Tim O’Reilly wrote a great peice: Why I love Twitter. Twitter is simple. Twitter works like people do Twitter cooperates well with others Twitter transcends the web Twitter is user-extensible […]

There have been some great reports on law firm blogs recently. Kevin O’Keefe published an update to regular reporting of law firm blogs: State of the AmLaw 200 Blogosphere, November […]

The delightful Connie Crosby of Crosby Group Consulting gave me this book on her recent trip to Boston. Matt Mason traces the current web 2.0 movement back to the 1970’s […]