March 23, 2004


by Jeremy Blachman

Okay, anyone who cares, give me an up or down vote here, either in the comments or by e-mail re: the scramble each day in the upper right. I don't know if anyone likes them or not; I want to keep doing 'em if people like them, but if no one's paying them much attention I'll come up with something else.

March 23, 2004 12:19 AM | TrackBack

Potter Stewart!

Wouldn't have noticed it without the post tho.

Posted by: Mac at March 23, 2004 03:18 AM

I for one am not paying attention.

Posted by: Scheherazade at March 23, 2004 02:42 PM

I think the jumbles are moderately clever, but then I'm also not spending any time trying to unscramble them, either.

If you are going to change anything about the site, how about adding an RSS feed with the full text of entries? Please? (drop me an email if you all need the movable type template for that...)

Posted by: Andrew at March 23, 2004 02:50 PM

Not paying attention (to the word scramble). Paying much attention to everything else.

Posted by: michael at March 23, 2004 03:14 PM

Never noticed till you posted. That being said, will probably never notice again.

Posted by: David at March 23, 2004 03:39 PM

Gotcha. New feature that you also won't notice on its way tomorrow. :)

Posted by: Jeremy at March 23, 2004 04:10 PM

Fans of the scramble (all three of you), speak now or they will never return. There's a trivia question up top. Perhaps more traction, maybe not. I'll keep trying until I hit on something truly compelling and worthwhile. If only I could program in Java and then I might have some hope. :)

Posted by: Jeremy at March 23, 2004 11:51 PM

Like people have said, I notice, but don't bother to do an unscrambling. I prefer the "this day in legal history" blurbs although the idea of a scrolling feed sounds nice, too.

I'd also like to you guys (and gal?) put some more legal entries in the blog. There's a lot of interesting topics going uncovered.

The architecture, philosophy, and t-shirt posts are nice but I'm assuming more legal practioners, judges, professors, etc. would be attracted by posts and commentary on cases and legal developments rather than other quirky stuff.

Posted by: Brian at March 24, 2004 09:57 AM
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