Wednesday, 22 October 2003

discourse.net on The Practical Nomad

Michael Froomkin (Professor of Law at the University of Miami, moderator and contributor to ICANN Watch, and part of the Freetotravel.org team), has some especially kind words about my fledging efforts in his blog at discourse.net. Check it out, especially if you've never met a lawyer with a sense of humor.

Thanks to all who've sent comments on my new blog. (I'm still working on the problem of notification by e-mail of new postings.)

Link | Posted by Edward on Wednesday, 22 October 2003, 06:59 ( 6:59 AM)
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