Spacifically speaking about law and technology

I lay claim to having started back in 1995 the first Internet newsletter for lawyers, which was called legal.online. One of the most engaging aspects of that was convening a panel of Internet experts each year to pick the “Best of the Web for Lawyers.” Back in those relatively early days of the Web, a site that routinely won kudos was LLRX.com. These several years later, as other legal sites have come and gone, LLRX continues to be one of the best resources for legal professionals.

Now one of its two founders, Sabrina I. Pacifici, has started a blog, beSpacific, devoted to providing “accurate, focused law and technology news.” It should be must reading for lawyers, law librarians, and anyone interested in the intersection of law and technology. To make it easy, Pacifici provides an RSS feed as well as daily delivery by e-mail.