As you can see, the layout and design has been revamped. It’s still a little buggy, so bear with me as I try to figure it out. As always, if I can’t, I’ll just go back to the old design. Kthxbai.
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To: Connecticut Public Defenders
From: apublicdefender.com Management
Re: Job opening
It’s been a while since there have been any new posts on this blog and for that, I take sole responsibility as the primary (and only) author. Gideon has been preoccupied with several things, including the holidays, work and snow. However, another round of days off are on the horizon and with that comes the promise of some fresh content.
So, sit back, grab a cup of coffee (actually, do that tomorrow and into the weekend. It’s a bit late for that now) and feast your eyes on the smorgasboard of posts that spring forth from this idle mind.
In other words, I’ll post soon, I promise!
Happy New Year to you and you.
For the music, I have provided a song with “New Year’s Day” in the title: Continue reading
The list is out there, but for the second year in a row, the ABA Law Journal (or whatever) didn’t see it fit to include this (or any other public defender blog) in it’s awards ceremony.
After all the marketing/no-marketing brouhaha, I thought it appropriate to create some fun badges to display on your blog.
For the blawger:
For the public defender blogger:
Since you all know that my image making skills are limited to cutting and pasting, this obviously is not my work. All credit for these badges goes to Heather, who writes a terrific blog on city issues in Hartford and Springfield.
Update: Please don’t link to the image on my server. Right-click, save as, download, upload to your server and link to it there. The license for the image is the same as for all else on this blog: Attribution, Non-Commercial, ShareAlike.
FYI – I’ve tweaked a thing or two here on the blog. Some tweaks you won’t notice, one you will.
Given the propensity of people to say stupid things on the internet using the cloak of anonymity (myself included), it is always a good idea to keep reminding everyone to take personal responsibility.
Every time you say something stupid, you’re responsible. Not me. Some other blogs have chosen to moderate comments, I have not. I don’t want to impede the trickle of communication on this blog, but that doesn’t mean that you can say anything you want without consequence. I reserve the right to edit or delete any comment I see fit, without giving reason for it. I also reserve the right to ban people from commenting on the blog.
Finally, you say something, you own it.
If you haven’t been scared off yet, thanks for reading and leave a comment!
So, those of you using IE 6 must have been greeted by this awful lime green color splashed across the page today (thanks for telling me!). Obviously, that was not intentional. I don’t know what happened, but I seem to have gotten it fixed now.
You could avoid this problem in the future, you know by clicking on the link below