I love libraries - from the wonder that is the New York Public Library through the workaday necessity of my university's very fine library to the welcome of the local lending library - so the Continue Reading
Surprisingly, according to Wordpress Blog Stats, the most popular page on this blog yesterday was The Future of Irish Legal Education, about the second annual Legal Education Symposium hosted by Continue Reading
There has been much debate of late over on Law School Innovation arising out of the American Association of Law Schools' recent annual conference on the theme of Reassessing our Role as Scholars and Continue Reading
Hot on the heels of the Legal Education Symposium blogged about yesterday comes news of an international Conference on the Future of Legal Education on 20-23 February 2008 in Georgia State University Continue Reading
Hot on the heels of the Carneige Foundation's report on Educating Lawyers: Preparation for the Profession of Law (which I have already discussed on this blog) comes Law in the Real World: Improving Continue Reading
I like the Carnegie Foundation, not least for its founder's support of Irish and Scottish libraries, one of which was my local library when I was growing up (and it features in the lovingly written Continue Reading
Hi there! Thanks for dropping by. I'm Eoin O'Dell, and this is my blog: Cearta.ie - the Irish for rights.
What I'd like for here is a simple widget that takes the list of feeds from my existing RSS reader and displays it here as a blogroll. Nothing fancy. I'd love a recommendation (via the Contact page, above) if you have one.
I had built a blogroll here on my Google Reader RSS subscriptions. Google Reader produced a line of html for each RSS subscription category, each of which I pasted here. So I had a list of my subscriptions as my blogroll, organised by category, which updated whenever I edited Google Reader. Easy peasy. However, with the sad and unnecessary demise of that product, so also went this blogroll. Please take a moment to mourn Google Reader. If there's an RSS reader which provides a line of html for the list of subscriptions, or for each RSS subscription category as Google Reader did, I'd happily use that. So, I'd love a recommendation (via the Contact page, above) if you have one.
Meanwhile, please bear with me until I find a new RSS+Blogroll solution