Concurring Opinions, one of the popular general law professor group blogs that I read daily for years, has decided to close up shop. This isn't a big surprise, as the once-vibrant group blog hadn't had much content recently.
I'm reminded of Matt Bodie's question in 2005 about what the future of law blogs would be -- a question asked, ironically, in response to the fouding of Concurring Opinions:
We still seem to be in the early stages of the blogosphere. But I'm wondering, particularly with...
Sometimes it takes real world frustrations before you can really appreciate the advances that technology can bring. Such is the case with mobile broadband-equipped notebook PCs.
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