Wednesday, May 26, 2010

The Unruly of Law Celebrates Its 500th Post

Balloons *and* Confetti!Image by M. Janicki via Flickr
With its humble efforts today, "TUOL" has passed 500 postings.

When "TUOL" debuted May 11, 2009, it had no followers, no influence, and generated no income.  Today, a mere year and  502 postings later, The Unruly of Law has few followers, little influence, and generates no income, but that's not the point.

"TUOL" is listed in several blog directories and is often cited in Inforrm's Blog, produced by the International Forum for Responsible Media, and the online Suffolk Media Law newsletter, among other publications.

Still, this milestone of sorts is a time of reflection for the tireless "TUOL" staff concerning its mission, as it continues to troll the baffling, sometimes unfriendly blogosphere.  Are "TUOL"'s readers being served?

If this celebratory post seems like a craven attempt by "TUOL" to elicit feedback from its readers, well, it is.  What are we doing right? What could we be doing better?  Will you be able to go on, if "TUOL" doesn't?

Inquiring minds want to know.

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1 comment:

  1. Congratulations and thanks from this faithful and appreciative reader!

    Yours is always the first of three blogs I check daily, and I can only offer you my compliments. At the risk of appearing intellectually shallow, I have no suggestions to offer. It would be gilding the lily.

    Your topics are timely, diverse, informative and educational. You give us updates on continuing issues and legal cases. Your command of language, your humor, and your wit are delightful! Your May 11th post titled "Tweet by Twit Has Authorities in Snit" was hilarious!

    Please keep doing your thing. I'll be here as long as you are.