What a wonderful surprise! Today the ABA Journal released its Third Annual Blawg 100 List and I’m delighted to report that Above and Beyond KM has been included in that list along with some truly remarkable law blogs. The list was compiled by the Journal’s editors, who this year asked readers of legal blogs to recommend their favorite blogs. Those recommendations are like gold to any blogger, and I am truly grateful to all of you who suggested this blog.
Now that the list has been published, the next step is for readers to vote for the blogs that they like the best in each of the 10 categories. This blog is in the “Legal Tech” category along with the following impressive blawgs:
- e-Lessons Learned
- Eric Goldman: Technology & Marketing Law Blog
- Inter Alia
- iPhone J.D.
- Real Lawyers Have Blogs
- Robert Ambrogi’s LawSites
- Social Media Law Student
- Strategic Legal Technology
- TechnoLawyer Blog
- 3 Geeks and a Law Blog
- 22 Tweets
The voting has begun and the results will be reported in February. If you are so inclined, I’d be grateful for your support. All you have to do is cast your vote before December 31. Regardless of whether you vote or not, please do check out the blogs on the list. They are a terrific entry point to the riches of the legal blogosphere.
Before I sign off, I do want to thank all my readers. As I’ve learned over nearly two years of blogging, you are an extraordinarily generous group of people. Some of you leave comments when you read something of interest. Others of you tweet a blog post that has caught your fancy. Still others send me e-mails from time to time just to let me know that something in the blog has resonated with you. And then, there are those of you who don’t contact me, but are kind enough to recommend Above and Beyond KM to your colleagues and, in this case, to the ABA Journal.
Please accept my deepest appreciation. It’s a great pleasure to write for and with you.