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I. American Constitution Society Blog
1. Bridging the Divide Between the Blogsphere and Law Reviews, Liz Aloi (Oct. 29, 2005)

II. Althouse
1. Where are the women lawprof bloggers?, Ann Althouse (Jan. 09, 2006)
2. Blogging: is it serious or fun?, Ann Althouse (Aug. 2, 2005)
3. Academic blog controversies, Ann Althouse (Nov. 16, 2005)

III. Balkinization
1. More Proof that Blogging Can Be a Form of Scholarship, Jack Balkin (Sept. 29, 2005)

IV. Becker-Posner Blog
1. Introduction to the Becker-Posner Blog, Richard Posner (Dec. 5, 2004)

V. The Chronicle of Higher Education
1. The Blogosphere as a Carnival of Ideas, Henry Farrell (Oct. 7, 2005)
2. They Shoot Messengers, Don’t They?, Ivan Tribble (pseud.) (Sept. 2, 2005)
3. Bloggers Need Not Apply, Ivan Tribble (pseud.) (July 8, 2005)

VI. Cliopatria et al [History]
1. My Colleagues Speak Up…, Ralph E. Luker (Sept. 14, 2005)
2. The Tribble Fall-Out, and what we can do about it, Rebecca Goetz (Sept. 13, 2005)
3. Me and Professor Tribble, Mark Grimsley (Sept. 5, 2005)
4. More Tribble, More Troubles, Miriam Burstein (Sept. 4, 2005)

VII. Concurring Opinions
1. Blogging Without Tenure, Daniel J. Solove (Jan. 9, 2006)
2. Blog Posts: Conversation or Publication?, Daniel J. Solove (Nov. 1, 2005)

3. Editing the Blogosphere, Daniel J. Solove (Oct. 30, 2005)
4. Why Blogging Is Good, Daniel J. Solove (Oct. 6, 2005)

VIII. Conglomerate
1. (Sigh) Women & Blogging, Part 72, Christine Hurt (Jan. 8, 2006)
2. To Delete or Not to Delete?, Christine Hurt (Oct. 30, 2005)
3. Improving on the Perfection of Blogs, Christine Hurt (Aug. 2, 2005)

IX. Crooked Timber
1. Blogging and Tenure, Henry Farrell (Jan. 10, 2006)
2. Academic Blogging, Brian Weatherson (Sept. 14, 2005)
3. Blogging and Academic Jobs, Henry Farrell (Sept. 14, 2005)

X. DanielDrezner [Political Science]
1. So I See There’s An Article in Slate, Daniel Drezner (Nov. 18, 2005)
2. So Friday was a Pretty Good Day…, Daniel Drezner (Nov. 5, 2005)
3. Seven Days Later…, Daniel Drezner (Oct. 14, 2005)
4. So Friday Was a Pretty Bad Day, Daniel Drezner (Oct. 8, 2005)
5. Grad students: no blogs allowed, Daniel Drezner (July 8, 2005)
6. Can academics be bloggers? Daniel Drezner (Mar. 13, 2005)
7. Here Goes Nothing, Daniel Drezner (Sept. 10, 2002)

XI. Ideoblog
1. Blogging: distraction from what?, Larry Ribstein (Jan. 9, 2006)
2. Blogging and scholarly productivity, Larry Ribstein (Oct. 11, 2005)
3. Blogging, tenure and the incentives of tenure committees, Larry Ribstein (Oct. 11, 2005)
4. The Drezner tenure denial, Larry Ribstein (Oct. 11, 2005)
5. Do Bloggers Just Want to Have Fun?, Larry Ribstein (Aug. 2, 2005)
6. Blogging and tenure, Larry Ribstein (June 22, 2005)
7. Blogging as academic publishing, Larry Ribstein (Apr. 12, 2005)

XII. Inside Higher
1. Notes from the Underground, Scott McLemee (Jan. 18, 2006)

XIII. Instapundit
1. Blogging and Legal Scholarship, Glenn Reynolds (Jan. 8, 2006)
2. Misconceptions, Glenn Reynolds (Sept. 6, 2004)
3. Can a Blog Entry Count as Scholarship, Glenn Reynolds (June 17, 2003)
4. Little Things, Glenn Reynolds (Tech Central Station) (Feb. 20, 2002)

XIV. [Anthropology]
1. Hawks in Slate on blogging and tenure, John Hawks (Nov. 17, 2005)

XV. Legal Theory Blog
1. Blogging, Legal Scholarship, and Academic Careers, Larry Solum (Jan. 9, 2006)

XVI. Leiter Reports
1. Is the Internet Hurting Scholarship?, Brian Leiter (Apr. 20, 2005)
2. Posner on blogs, Brian Leiter (Dec. 6, 2004)
3. More on Academic Credit for Blogging, Brian Leiter (Jan. 9, 2004)
4. Academic Credit for Law Blogging?, Brian Leiter (Jan. 9, 2004)

XVII. PrawfsBlawg
1. Scholarship or Distraction?, Dan Markel (Jan. 9, 2006)
2. More thoughts about blogs as a law professor’s medium, Doug Berman (Aug. 3, 2005)
3. Topical versus generalist blogging, Kaimi Wenger (Aug. 2, 2005)
4. More on the academic value of blogging, Rick Garnett (Aug. 2, 2005)
5. Bloggership? On Blogs as Scholarship and Academic Blogging, Daniel Solove (Aug. 2, 2005)
6. How might we improve blogs as an academic medium?, Doug Berman (Aug. 1, 2005)
7. Blogs and Academic Disciplines, Ron Wright (July 29, 2005)
8. Blogarship? Scholarlog?, David Zaring (July 6, 2005)
9. Law Professor Blogger Census (Version 2.0), Daniel Solove (June 16, 2005)
10. Should Law Schools Subsidize Blogging? For SSRN’s sake?, Dan Markel (Apr. 12, 2005)

XVIII. Professor Bainbridge
1. Blogging and Tenure, Stephen Bainbridge (Oct. 13, 2005)
2. Bloggers Just Wanna Have Fun, Stephen Bainbridge (Aug. 1, 2005)
3. Academic credit for blogging, Stephen Bainbridge (Jan. 7, 2004)
4. Blogging as Academic Work, Stephen Bainbridge (Aug. 3, 2005)

XIX. Slate
1. Attack of the Career-Killing Blogs, Robert S. Boynton (Nov. 16, 2005)

XX. TaxProf Blog
1.Blogging: Scholarship or Distraction?, Paul Caron (Jan. 8, 2006)

XXI. The Volokh Conspiracy
1. Blogging and Scholarship, Randy Barnett (Jan. 9, 2006)
2. Lawprof Blogging: Scholarship or Distraction?, Orin Kerr (Jan. 8, 2006)
3. Boynton on Academic Blogging, Orin Kerr (Nov. 16, 2005)
4. Drezner’s Denial and Academic Blogging, Juan Non-Volokh (pseud.) (Oct. 9, 2005)
5. Why Blogs Will Not Replace Law Reviews, Orin Kerr (July 6, 2005)
6. Query on Blogs and Legal Scholarship, Orin Kerr (July 5, 2005)
7. Blogging and Blog-Reading Why and Why Not?, Eugene Volokh (Apr. 8, 2005)
8. The Future of Legal Scholarship?, Orin Kerr (Feb. 10, 2005)
9. Are Blogs and SSRN Changing Legal Scholarship?, Orin Kerr (June 4, 2003)

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