Law Blog Metrics announces law blogs that are merely clerical, lack originality
Meanwhile, the pajama-clad bloggers of the Law Blog Metrics blog refuse to announce my blog "I'm from Missouri," even though my blog contains around 150 posts on legal subjects, with many of those posts each based on a lot of research and containing a lot of added commentary and original legal analysis. An example of such posts is my group of posts about legal experts' opinions about the famous Kitzmiller v. Dover intelligent design case. My blog contains dozens of other posts about law that are just like those.
Many of the clerical-type blogs that are announced by the Law Blog Metrics Blog probably serve useful functions, and it is a shame that I have to belittle other blogs in my campaign to have my blog announced by the Law Blog Metrics blog.
Labels: Internet censorship (new #1)