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21 August 2007

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I enjoy your specialized perspective on the law.

I think the debate is whether you cater to a specific audience or whether you go for a general audience. I think popularity pressures some to move towards a general appeal, much like newspapers, magazines, entertainment, etc.

Also, I think the extra stuff (I am thinking WSJ law blog and Volokh Conspiracy) make the readers feel connected to the authors. It becomes a faux conversation, which by its nature always brings in more than just the topic at hand. And the authors use the conversational feel to use the forum to post on more than what originally attracted readers.

Just a thought.

Cheers.

blawg reader

Law professor blogs are particularly good at analyzing news events, new appellate opinions, new statutes, etc., in far more depth than say, the NYT or WaPo can offer. There is some commentary on actual scholarship but not that much, and in my view it's secondary.

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