TechnoLawyer today released BlawgWorld 2006: Capital of Big Ideas, an e-book featuring representative posts from 51 “of the most influential” law-related blogs. Not sure I’d describe my blog as influential, but I’m included nonetheless.

The book is free to download — with a hitch. It is free to TechnoLawyer members, and TechnoLawyer membership is free, so if you join TechnoLawyer using the form at, you’ll get a free copy.

Saying all this makes me sound like a shill for TechnoLawyer, but the truth is, it is worth joining. I’ve been a member for more years than I can remember. Members are able to sign up for any of a series of e-mail newsletters focused on legal technology and eligible to search its article archive.