Brett Trout hosts Blawg Review #106 at his Blawg-IT blog.
One of the strengths of the Blawg Review model is that the host has a (more-or-less) free hand to put his own stamp on the roundup. Trout takes full advantage, giving us insight into not only the best of the past week's legal blogging, but also the somewhat arcane world of motorcycle racing. All in all, it makes me wistful for the BMW cycle I had and the Ducati I'll never have, but I digress. The highlights of this week's issue are arranged in a tour of the straightaways and hairpin turns at the Donington Park track in England; these highlights include brain dysfunction as a sentencing consideration, the rise and fall of the dictation tape, and the top ten reasons attorneys should take up knitting.
Professor Bainbridge will host next week, most likely at a more sedate pace.