« Thanks to Law Prof Bloggers | Main | Are Blogs Superior to Law Reviews? »

New Locations (and an Explanation)

I am adding some new locations of visitors, and other blog-details, below. This is an update of the list posted earlier.

Just to be clear, I’m not posting this to be self-aggrandizing. I’m merely keeping track of these developments for the sake of demonstrating the unique nature of the blogosphere. In the space of a few days my blog has traveled across the U.S. and Canada, and oversees to Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia. My reference to these locations is for the sake of illustrating the remarkable capability of this new form of global communication.

I fully realize that people aren’t going to keep coming back to this site just to see how far it’s traveled or what my latest statistics are. I’m just keeping track of this at the beginning to show the potential value of maintaining a law student blog. The amount of time between 3L Epiphany being completely unknown, predicting a potential blogstorm, and observing the escalating traffic with this post, is miniscule compared to the number of readers and the diversity of their locations. And I will therefore keep repeating that law students benefit from entering this new universe.


  • Connecticut
  • Kentucky
  • Maine
  • Mississippi
  • Oklahoma
  • South Dakota
  • Utah

Canadian Provinces

  • Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • Ontario


  • Ireland
  • Norway

More Details

  • I’ve been visited by someone in New Orleans, which is good to know. I hope the person is doing well.
  • I have been named one of the most popular blogs today at blawgrepublic.
  • I have begun to receive several readers via Google searches.

February 8, 2006 in Locations | Permalink


TrackBack URL for this entry:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference New Locations (and an Explanation):


The comments to this entry are closed.