I love the look of the blogbook, evoking as it does that Book which is the bane of every law students' first year, and of every law journal editor's third year, albeit the guarantor of employment for legions of research assistants. That said, the project itself—finding a standard way for legal authors to cite blogs—produces decidedly mixed emotions of 'makes sense' and 'neutered already?'.
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