This website covers topics on knowledge management, personal effectiveness, theory of constraints, amongst other topics. Opinions expressed here are strictly those of the owner, Jack Vinson, and those of the commenters.

Excited Utterances, hidden but not

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).

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