I was disappointed when Joy London moved her Excited Utterances blog behind a paywall, since she always had good a knowledge management in the law perspective. But she hasn't stayed completely out of view of the cognoscenti.
Richard Susskind has mentioned Excited Utterances in the London Times, Come on, take a side: it's nerds v the Luddites. He covers wikis, YouTube, social networks and blogging. It is under the blogging topic that he mentions Excited Utterances:
Blogging is becoming an increasingly popular medium in the legal world for the opinionated, the idiosyncratic and many others, to edify or simply sound off in a very public manner (www.venables.co.uk/blogs.htm). Some legal blogs attract very little interest. Others roll along with a modest following. Still others are widely digested and genuinely influential — for example, the judicial and academic double-act at www.becker-posner-blog.com. While many are unimaginative, a few are punchy and even bold — for instance, the jazzy IP and IT blog at http://impact.freethcartwright.com. Another possibility is that a blog is taken out of the legal blogosphere altogether and becomes a conventional legal publication. So it has been with “Excited Utterances”, a splendid blog about knowledge management for lawyers. This blog has been mutated into a bi-monthly, subscription-based, electronic newsletter (www.practicesource.com).
Disclosure: Joy asked me to mention this after a short email exchange in which I gave her a hard time about being hidden (from me).