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20 New Web Projects to Change the World

Check out Donny Shaw's (Open Congress) list. [JH]

August 29, 2008 in Web Development | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

New Medical Malpractice Blogs

California Medical Malpractice Law Blog

Injury Lawyers at Bostwick, Peterson & Mitchell, LLP discuss current Personal Injury and Malpractice issues, news and events.

Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer Blog

The Terry Law Firm, L.L.C. provides insight into current issues, news and events in Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect.

August 28, 2008 in Legal Practitioner Blogging | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Time for British Lawyers to Stake Their Claim in the Law Blogosphere

Isn’t it time that UK law firms staked their claim in the blogosphere? That's what Alex Wade asks in his Times Online story (includes a list of best UK law blogs. Hat tip to Legal Blog Watch. [JH]

August 27, 2008 in Blogosphere | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

New Blogs from Self-Help Legal Publisher Nolo

Nolo's Bankruptcy & Foreclosure Blog

Nolo.com Authors Steve Elias and Albin Renauer break down bankruptcy law into plain English to answer your bankruptcy queries and concerns.

Nolo's Divorce, Custody & Family Law Blog

Family law attorney Emily Doskow' writes about the legal issues in marriage, adoption, parenting, divorce, child custody, and child support.

Everyday Estate Planning

Nolo.com author Liza Weiman Hanks provides information you can really use about wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, estate taxes, and probate court.

Nolo's Real Estate Tips for Home Buyers

Nolo.com legal editors Alayna Schroeder, Ilona Bray, and Marcia Stewart have created this blog for anyone actively shopping for a home, still dreaming about homeownership, or who simply loves the world of real estate.

Nolo's Employment Law Blog

Lessons from the everyday experiences of employers and HR professionals on everything from hiring and firing to performance and discipline.

LLC & Corporation Small Talk

Nolo.com business legal author Anthony Mancuso writes about the pros and cons of LLCs and corporations and delves into the nitty gritty of the tax code as it affects these business ownership structures.

Nolo's Fundraising Tips for Busy Nonprofits

Nolo.com author Ilona Bray offers lots of ideas for raising money for your nonprofit — whether you're a staff member, board member, or volunteer — in a world where no one seems to have enough time to do all they'd like to, even for a good cause.

Nolo's Patent, Copyright & Trademark Blog

Nolo's intellectual property editor and author, Rich Stim discusses the ever-changing world of copyright, trademark and patent law.

What Price Justice?

Nolo.com editor Rich Stim looks at legal economics and the costs of representation and what does it really costs to balance the scales of justice.

The Law Reform Soapbox

Attorney and Nolo.com author Steve Elias looks at why the legal system doesn't help the average person and how to make the legal system more accessible to nonlawyers.

August 26, 2008 in Lawyer Blogging | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Extend Firefox 3 Contest Winners Great for Online Researchers

Mozilla Labs has announced the winners of its Extend Firefox 3. The three grand prize winners in the Best New Add-On go to (1) an open source tool for making diagrams and GUI prototyping called Pencil; (2) Tagmarks, a one-click bookmark tagging add-on; and (3) HandyTag which provides a complete set of most relevant keywords in the bookmark’s edition panel.

Best Updated Add-on grand prize winners are (1) Read It Later which allows you to save pages of interest to read later, thereby eliminating the cluttering of bookmarks with sites that are merely of a one-time interest; (2) TagSifter for browsing your bookmarks by their tags; and (3) Bookmark Previews which adds previews to the tooltips in the bookmarks sidebar.

See the Mozilla Labs blog post for download links. [JH]

August 25, 2008 in Announcements | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack