Blogging, Cyberlaw, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Non-Sequiturs, Solo Practitioners, Trials

Non-Sequiturs: 01.24.07

[Ed. note: We’ll get back to associate pay raises shortly. But for those of you with no interest in the staggeringly high sums being earned by your Biglaw buddies, Stella Q has some Non-Sequiturs for you.]
* I’m not sure how they do it, but Reputation Defender can rid cyberspace of slanderous detritus, even if you’re probably the one who put it out there in the first place. [Reputation Defender via Daily Candy]
* For those of you who are solo practitioners and/or have your face on a bus, then this service may actually make good business sense. [Blawg]
* So we’ve been preoccupied with Charney, Shanetta and the tightening of the golden handcuffs — don’t forget the juicy bits (betrayal! secrets! lies! some racial stuff!?) coming out of the Scooter Libby trial too. [Dean’s World via Media Bloggers]
* Puns kill. []
* Is it presumptuous for the gorgeous, ageless Sidney Poitier to identify with Thurgood Marshall? (The answer is no, doubters! The evidence lies in these 25 questions.) [Vanity Fair]
* Yeah, but do any of them look like this? Also, I welcome recommendations as to up-and-coming bloggers or just quirky, personal favorites. [Blawg Review]

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