Monday's Recorder had an interesting article (subscription) on in-house lawyers who blog. The article begins:
Although online blogging has gone mainstream in some professions, there's one group of people mostly absent from the blogosphere: the in-house bar. That said, a few in-house blogs do exist, and their numbers are growing steadily. They range from company-sanctioned sites to anonymous blogs hosted by services such as TypePad and BlogSpot.
What the article should have done, but did not, was provide active hyperlinks to the in-house blogs mentioned. If those had been provided, I would have linked to them here. I don't have time to look up all the links myself on Google. In this day and age, in an article about blogging, the Recorder could have done better.