I’m doing taxes this week, so postings will be few. When I do post, chalk it up to procrastination. One upside in my messy method madness: I just found my misplaced copy of John Neuenschwander’s Oral History and the Law, which I’d been searching for for the last coupla weeks. (And I created the “housekeeping” category for posts I make about the site itself. Painfully true, here!)
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