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September 17, 2007

there’s no busyness like blawg busyness

Filed under: Uncategorized — David Giacalone @ 9:32 pm

Going four days without a nap (while communing with haikuists, nature, and relatives, in Rochester, NY) has left the entire f/k/a Gang in a state of severe hammock deprivation and suspended concatenation. Lucky for you, Anita Campbell of Small Business Trends weblog has been weaving together a list of recent weblawg articles of interest to small business persons and little-old busy-bodies, for this week’s Blawg Review #126. If you’re looking for something interesting to read, head over to Anita’s place (after finishing this post, of course).

To explain why her business website is hosting a lawyer weblog roundup, Anita has opined previously that “businesspeople can be better at business by learning more about the law. And lawyers can benefit from knowing more about business. Armed with knowledge, we are all better off.” She also appears to believe that lawyers have more creative blog names than their entrepeneurial counterparts. Among other fascinating recent blawg posts, Ms. Campbell points to pieces on:

Blawg Review #126 even has a link to f/k/a‘s recent discussion of the Dangers of Alternative Billing Methods (which has attracted some heated Comments – and responses), for which we are most grateful.

Prof. Yabut wants to get to bed, and haikuEsq wants to change the subject, as we close this breathless non-posting:

city park
neon signs & fireflies
in sync

sunday school lesson…
a young boy counts
his ribs

…………………………………… by ed markowski
“city park” – Mainichi Daily News, August 13, 2007 (#698)
“sunday school lesson” – Simply Haiku (senryu section, Summer 2007, vol 5 no 2)

And, one more from ed written today: napHammock

season’s end
every pennant on the stadium roof
pointing south

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