Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Master of My Domains

I'm starting to wonder about what belongs on this blog. For that, you can blame Twitter.

I find I am posting the odd bits of customs related news here because I can toss off a tweet about it just as efficiently. If you're not following me, I'm at www.twitter.com/customslawblog. I'm also more likely to tweet random bits of nonsense over there.

That means this blog is starting to look more like a place to find reviews of Court of International Trade and Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit decisions. That's not my intention. I want this to be more broadly focused on compliance as well serve as a spot for the occasional off topic musing.

I'm not sure where this leads (that makes it a MonsterQuest). I have recently registered two new domains: www.customslitigation.com and www.naftacompliance.com. Those represent two of the more substantial parts of my practice and interests. Maybe I'll start narrowing the focus here. For now, those URL's redirect here.

I'm interested in knowing what you think. Is it better to leave everything here? Should I quit tweeting to be sure everything is in one place? Should discussions of court cases be someplace else? Let me know what you think.

Thanks.

4 comments:

Matt said...

I refuse to pay attention to Twitter but I don't care how many blogs you set up as long as they have RSS feeds; I use Google Reader to keep track of your posts. Keep 'em coming.

Trade-Compliance.Org said...

Twitter is nice for posting links to other articles since it's limited to 140 characters. But if you want more in-depth analysis or add in more detail you should keep up the blog!

Also @Matt- you can get Twitter updates as an RSS feed.

Anonymous said...

We are blocked from getting Twitter while at work so I would very much appreciate keeping things on this blog.

Anonymous said...

I, too, am blocked from Twitter and would appreciate your continuing the blog here. Thanks for the great job.