Congratulations to Neil Squillante, Sara Skiff, and the crew at Technolawyer, upon the release of their new eBook, BlawgWorld 2006: Capital of Big Ideas. The editors selected 51 of the "most influential bloggers" to submit essays to include in the book. In essence, it is a concise survey of the state of blawging as we know it today. A snapshot in time against which to benchmark the growth of this phenomenal mode of sharing information.
I am excited and proud that Reid My Blog is included in this landmark effort. I'm just glad they didn't cut it off at fifty! :-)
The book was sent for free to over 11,000 subscribers to Technolawyer, but you can get your copy here. I have only read about 10 essays so far, and I'm headed back for more. I've already added several BlawgWorld blawgs to my RSS list.
Congratulations to Neil and all the bloggers in the book. Keep up the good work!