Blog still stands for Better Listing On Google

Definition of Blog

From everything I can tell, the word, “Blog” still stands for “Better Listing On Google.” When blogging first became popular eleven or twelve years ago blog publishers, me included, were amazed at the high search engine rankings our blogs were receiving. Enough so that bloggers and the mainstream media coined the acronym for blog as better … Continue Reading

The beginning of the end of peer review?

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TechCrunch’s Kim-Mai Cutler (@kimmaicutler) reports we may be seeing a new sort of peer review with a feature called ‘Sessions’ being added to, a 21 million user social network used by academics to share research, monitor deep analytics around the impact of their research, and track the research of academics they follow. Sessions allows … Continue Reading

LXBN Leaders: Stuart Kaplow builds a following and a business with attitude

This post originally appeared on LXBN as part of our LXBN Leaders series—highlighting a member of the LexBlog Network each week. Stuart Kaplow took over a successful blog two years ago. Since then it’s only gotten bigger. The original author decided to pursue other opportunities, and as a reader of the blog who also knew the author Kaplow … Continue Reading