Law and Conversation

June 14, 2010

Twitter is for trials!

Filed under: Law,Social media,Technology,trials — Helen Gunnarsson @ 1:01 pm
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If you’re fascinated as I am by the high-profile federal corruption trial of former governor Rod Blagojevich and his brother but actually have work or other obligations that preclude your attending the trial in person, the next best thing is following the Twitter feeds of journalists who are live tweeting it.  I’ve set up a list at http://twitter.com/HelenGunnar/blago-trial of 15 (so far) journalists and others who are tweeting about the trial, either directly from the courtroom or from wherever they happen to be.  I’ve tried to limit it to those who tweet either exclusively or primarily about the trial, though some may tweet about other matters, generally related to Illinois politics and government.  Please tell me whether I’ve missed anyone whose tweets ought to be included, and I’ll be very happy to add that person.  If you’re a Twitter user, you can follow the list; alternatively, you can just check the link whenever you feel the need for a Blago trial fix.

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2 Comments »

  1. Great blog. If you are interested in blogging at the Literary Table drop me a line warren[dot]emerson[at]gmail[dot]com. You can check out the site at http://www.literarytable.com.

    Comment by Warren Emerson — June 16, 2010 @ 10:52 am | Reply

    • Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. You know, I’m flattered by the invitation to guest post, but I checked out your site and Googled you and see that you appear to be running your blog under a pseudonym. I can’t help wondering why you don’t post under your real name? I like to know who I’m dealing with.

      Comment by helengunnar — August 15, 2010 @ 12:20 pm | Reply


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