A question arose on how to cite to a blawg or blog in a footnote or bibliography.
From my quick scan of print citation guides, it would appear that the print guides have yet to catch up with the blog phenomena (although I stand to be corrected and please do correct me if you find print/published examples on this topic).
In addition, although the new 6th edition of the “McGill Guide” (the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation) does not appear to discuss “blogs” specifically, one could likely adapt their rules and examples on citing to electronic sources under Rule 6.19.
Thus, I invite comments on the following “example” I have created using a recent post from SLAW (based on a liberal adaptation of both the Chicago and McGill Guide examples):
Steven Matthews, “People are the Brand” on SLAW, http://www.slaw.ca (posted 17 November 2006)
Comments? Other examples?