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Blawgs and professional standards

ipcounsel blogs that the Florida Bar Association is becoming aware of blawgs. It also notes that it will monitor blawgs for professional standards: political or informational postings will probably pass muster but those soliciting custom may attract detailed scrutiny.

Geeklawyer is not entirely conversant with the professional rules in the US over advertising, other than it is permitted with qualifications, but the wider point about blawging and professional standards does need to be watched by lawyers in all jurisdictions. It is all too easy to be carried away by the intimate nature of the blawg. In the UK the rules are much more restricted than in the US as we don’t have any of that girly "freedom of speech" nonsense; we trust the Dear Leader to protect our civil liberties.

Indeed I doubt if the Bar Council has heard of the Internet let alone blawgs, so it will be a while yet before they disbar Geeklawyer for advertising. Not that anyone reading this blawg would be inclined to instruct him.
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"Blawgs and professional standards" was posted by: Right from Alberta blogs, under category Blawging and permalinks http://rightfromalberta.blogspot.com/2012/04/blawgs-and-professional-standards.html. Ratings: 1010 Votings: 97,687, Monday, April 2, 2012, 2:27 PM.

So long until next year, Tomato Ranch

Yes, the Tomato Ranch has closed for business for the year. It is only a Lettuce and Herb Ranch now. I actually was able to get forty or so tomatoes before we pulled the plants. Most are ripening in those new grocery bags made of recycled plastic bottles. Our Palace Market has kelly green ones and I've got them on my sewing machine cart right in front of the heater. I move the almost ripe to one sack from the still all-green sack. They seem to be doing well. No fried green tomatoes, so far.

And because I haven't given you any pictures lately, here is a late visitor to our garden:
She was just a tiny fawn following her mother all spring and summer and now she is getting some of my nasturtium leaves and flowers. It's OK, she can have them.

She heard the camera and I got some shots of her looking around, but this was the last when she actually saw me (from my kitchen window). You can tell that those sprongy hind legs are ready to boing out of there.
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"So long until next year, Tomato Ranch" was posted by: Right from Alberta blogs, under category Garden and permalinks http://rightfromalberta.blogspot.com/2012/04/so-long-until-next-year-tomato-ranch.html. Ratings: 1010 Votings: 97,687, Sunday, April 1, 2012, 5:18 PM.


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