Perusing Michel-Adrien Sheppard's blog Library Boy has reminded me what I meant to post earlier this week before everything went haywire trying to finish up for the holiday:
Sabrina Pacifici, creator and owner of LLRX.com and beSpacific.com, is featured in the American Bar Association's Law Practice Technology magazine, December 2006 issue: Tech Profile: Sabrina Pacifici. The article gives a nice overview of her "public" career, how she got started on the web and built her fantastic reputation.
In a modest echo of the article featuring Sabrina, I was interviewed for this month's Canadian Bar Association National magazine, in an article on law blogging by Amy Jo Ehman called All Aboard! (starting on page 50; my interview is on page 51).
I am delighted to see the article about Sabrina, and am very pleased that this year librarians have started to figure on the radar of lawyer publications. And thanks to fellow Slawyer Jordan Furlong who no doubt might have a little bit to do with it. In Canada, anyway.