I first met Rothman when we were both active with ALM's infant Counsel Connect online service, the predecessor to law.com. He's a smart, thoughtful fellow, so welcome to the blawgosphere!
And here's Bob's explanation of the moniker, for you non-New Yorkers:
"Alan's blog is named for the maneuver that allows broadsheet-sized newspapers to be read on crowded NYC subways. His intent is "to analogously gather, post and comment upon smaller samplings of news, trends, resources and connections therein across a range of topics in technology, science, law, business and media."
2. The vivacious Marilyn Astin Tarlton, known among the tech-heads as editor-in-chief of Law Practice Management magazine (of the ABA Law Practice Mgmt section) has accepted a new gig. She's now chief marketing officer of Jacobs Chase Frick Kleinkopf & Kelley, a Denver firm with 32 attorneys and 30 support staff, specializing in lit, real estate, and corporate practice. Congrats!
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Both Joy London and Bob Ambrogi recommend you check out Alan J. Rothman's blog, The Subway Fold. Update on 7.26.05 - I see that Monica Bay explains the story behind the blog's name here. [Read More]
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