The Antitrust Review blog hosts the sixty-seventh edition of Blawg Review and produces what is, in my opinion, a model post for future hosts to follow. This issue has it all -- a good introduction to the host's usual focus, a manageable number of links on a variety of topics, helpful organization, and an entertaining flow. Hosting Blawg Review is not a cakewalk by any means, but neither should it be as difficult as, say, understanding and explaining anti-trust law day-in and day-out.
Newly-published author Jeremy Blachman hosts next week's Blawg Review. Perhaps he'll follow the Antitrust Review model and add a few dashes of his trademark wit; perhaps Anonymous Lawyer, Blachman's beloved(?) creation, will just have some associates do it for him next weekend and then fire those associates on Monday morning. Either way, it should be an issue to remember.