Greg Siskind (re)joins the blogosphere

My good friend Greg Siskind (who most recently co-authored a book with me) is back in the saddle with a blog focused on immigration law issues. Greg is the pioneer who started one of the first law firm websites a decade ago. And he’ll tell you that he maintained a weblog before there were weblogs. He’s got a point — of course, he used the very popular “Notepad” blogging software that was in use in the mid-90s. 🙂

You can read Greg’s entire note about that here. And I think by any objective measure, Greg’s right: the page he links to fits any conventional definition of the term “weblog”. Save that for a trivia question someday…

Greg’s is a very influential voice on immigration law issues, and I have no doubt that this blog will be a must-visit for anyone with an interest in the subject. Welcome (back) Greg!

One quibble, Greg: why no RSS feed?

One response to “Greg Siskind (re)joins the blogosphere”

  1. Web Pioneer Siskind Now Blogging (Again)Rick Klau notes that Greg Siskind has started an immigration law blog. Greg was blogging when blogging wasn't cool, having established a primitive type of weblog back in 1998 to keep his readers apprised of legislative developments surrounding the H-1B…

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