Well not exactly.

I’m referencing Google’s Blogger blog publishing platform and blog network, which yesterday reversed its decision to ban porn.

Among the many reasons I started LexBlog a decade ago one was that I didn’t see Google’s Blogger blog platform as a credible blogging solution for lawyers.

Even if you could modify the standard

Blogger Law BlogsWalking down the marble floored hallway past beautiful artwork into a conference room in a prestigious San Francisco law firm, the firm’s marketing director said the managing partner was inclined to use Blogger, Google’s free blog service, for the firm’s blogs. I had been invited down to advise on the use of blogs.


In an attempt to attract more blog publishers Google has launched a Blogger overhaul. For those not following the blogging world, Google bought Blogger a ways back with the view being people would use an Internet publishing tool that could display Google advertising. Besides a new look, Blogger has added different user options in hope of making blogging easier and more web friendly.

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