Blog Emperor Caron will tell you. But he omits the key statistic: average visit length! Could it be because mine is generally one minute thirty seconds, and his is only thirty seconds? Eat your heart out, Paul!
...Constitutional Commentary(the Spring 2008 issue just came out a month or so ago). Given the substantial interest in the SSRN version, I thought I'd note it's finally out, citable etc. I may yet turn the article into a short book, so more feedback is also welcome.
It turns out that this little throwaway piece I wrote for a Yale Law Journal Pocket Part symposium several years ago remains "the most popular item" on the Pocket Part site. I guess it is being viewed by lots of angry bloggers or non-blogging skeptics or both!
I do appreciate that the ABA Journal has listed this blog two years in a row among its 'top 100' law-related blogs, especially since the ABA Journal link directs a decent amount of traffic here. I am always amazed at how many of the blawgs on their list I've never heard of, and perhaps just a tad dismayed at how bad some of the blawgs are that they do list--but to each his own! If it weren't a slow news day, I wouldn't even post this notice, but, alas, no real news today!
In any case, my thanks to the ABA Journal for the continued link and exposure.
UPDATE: I guess if I thought any of this mattered, I would do this. But I don't. So don't bother. Just keep reading. Thanks.
A shutdown of the electrical system at the Law School on Monday night created some problems for those sending me e-mail at my Chicago address. It appears everything got through to me, but not till morning.
Please note we're having a repeat of the same shutdown tonight (Tuesday starting around 5 pm Central Time, 6 pm NYC time), and running through Wednesday morning. It might be best not to try to e-mail me during that time. The system should be up and running by 6 or 7 am on Wednesday morning. For urgent matters, leave me a phone message at my office. Thanks.