Here’s a sneak peek of tomorrow’s Monday Musings, featuring yours truly. Thanks to pdstuff blogger for the opportunity!
Around the site you’ll see some new features. They’ve all been installed with an eye to making it a better experience for you.
- On the right hand side, under “syndicate“, you can choose to either bookmark the website or subscribe to the feed. All you have to do is click on either link and you can select your favorite reader/program/site to add to.
- At the bottom of each post, you will see two things: “digg it” and Share This. This allows you to do things to each individual post. Clicking on “digg it” will “digg” that post at digg.com. If you click on “Share This”, it opens up a small window (not a pop-up; right there on the screen), which allows you to either add this post to any of the provided services or it allows you to e-mail this post to someone.
- Finally, if you leave a comment, you’ll see integration of a new feature called coComment. I’ve only recently discovered coComment and I think it’s great. It keeps track of all the comments you’ve left and notifies you if that conversation has been updated. So if you leave a comment here and tell coComment to track it, you’ll be notified the next time someone else comments (or if I reply). So you know the conversation is ongoing. Give it a shot!
That’s it for now – I’m sure if I see some new toy, I’ll try it out. As always, please leave comments about things you like and things you don’t. I want to streamline the reader experience as much as possible.
The Hartford Courant has a lengthy op-ed piece on Julie Amero ahead of her sentencing this week. Some of it is interesting, most of it is like a bad flashback movie.
What I’m intrigued by is the apparent passion that the prosecutor displayed during closing arguments: “Boom, boom, boom” he is said to have argued, describing the barrage of pop-ups.
Thursday is the day. Let’s see what happens.
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Via Skelly and PD Stuff comes a new public defender blawger, aptly named Brand New Orleans PD. He/she writes:
It’s one thing to tell yourself that you’ll accept a job offer from the New Orleans Public Defender on the spot. It’s another to actually do it.
I had turned down all other job offers waiting to hear from three offices – the Philadelphia PD, New York Legal Aid Criminal Defense, and the Orleans Public Defender. My friends were rooting for Philadelphia or New York. But I wanted to be at the front lines of a brand new office at the cutting edge of criminal justice. I wanted to work with lawyers who weren’t afraid to get their hands dirty. I wanted to go to New Orleans.
Go say hello and welcome another PD blawger!
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