Thanks to those who signed up and listened to the law blogging webcast this morning, which just concluded moments ago. I hope I will hear feedback from some of you by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or perhaps in the comments to this post. By way of further response to one of the questions, you can see that putting up a blog post is often just as quick and easy as sending out an email. Thanks to Howard and Craig, as well as to Doug from West Legalworks, for your help in putting together what I hope was a great program.
UPDATE: Here is a link to the materials from the seminar: Resources for Law Bloggers. To follow up on one of the topics we covered, you will notice that I uploaded this document at a site called 17200blog.com, which is one of my domain names. My very patient friend Gary hosts that domain for me and allows me to put up documents on his server for free. I also could have uploaded it to Typepad, which includes a limited amount of storage space with my account. If your firm is sponsoring your blog, presumably you could arrange for documents to be posted on its server. Document storage is one thing to consider on the technical side when starting a new law blog.