Just about everybody who’s anybody has already had his or her2nd (or third) weblog anniversary. Nonetheless, I can’t let May 26thpass without noting that:
- two years ago today, the first ethicalEsq post appeared
- Last May 26th, we even made a good faith attempt to join in the spirit ofthe Annual Grump Out. Happily, no one told us they moved the event toMay 25 for 2005, and we inadvertently missed it. Despite any zen-ny haikupretensions, we’re still card-carrying members of Curmudgeons-R-Us.I don’t know whether weblogging is caused by a gene or a virus, butI surely have the malady. I’m grateful the technology came about at a time when Iwas searching for a way to be productive (despite health problems), and whenI had a lot that I wanted to say about the legal profession and about the wondersof haiku. A couple dozen regular visitors would have kept me going, but I’mmost grateful to have many times that number. Similarly, finding a couple ofgreat haiku poets to share with you would have felt like quite an accomplish-ment — but, as of this week, there are two dozen of the best English-languagehaijin appearing here everyday and archived for repeat enjoyment.crawl and laugh–
from this morning on
a two year old!
translated by David G. LanoueOur terrible two’s will bring you more of the same (hopefully, without tantrums),and we may even have a few new tricks. Thanks again to all the search enginefolk who make it easy for inquisitive strangers to find our unique blend of legalethics, potluck punditry and haiku advocacy. Thanks to my weblog colleaguesof all, thanks to our guest poets and to our loyal visitors (especially the handfulof frequent commentors) for making the f/k/a-ethicalEsq experience so rewardingfor Your Editor and all the alter egos who inhabit this space.. . and one for good luck!
May 26, 2005
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