Thanks to Jerry Lawson’s net.law.blog for pointing out PC Magazine’s top 100 Web sites. But I found it odd that the only law-related site it included was Legal Affairs, the magazine launched last year in cooperation with Yale Law School. Not that this is not a superb magazine — it is. But it is primarily a print product, not an online one. Its Web site provides only selected articles from each issue, not the entire magazine, and nothing else. PC Magazine could have selected any number of sites, from ones that address a broad range of consumer-interest topics to those that focus in on computer or technology law.