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Law books in the snow: our new Twitter icon



If you're on Twitter, the fast-growing communication channel, you may know that you can "follow" (roughly, subscribe to) a feed of Point of Law posts as well as feeds for the Manhattan Institute, City Journal, and my Overlawyered site (not to mention my own Twitter updates).

We'd been wondering what to use as Point of Law's "icon", the little squarish graphic that accompanies each post. Now, courtesy of photographer Michael in Houston (Flickr - mx5tx) we've got a rather poignant photograph of case reporter books that someone left out to be snowed on -- resources that were once the prized and costly heart of any working law office, and now are fast yielding their place to newer electronic media. If you like the image, by the way, some Creative Commons rules apply on reuse; check Flickr.
LawBooksInSnow.jpg

 

 


Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy
rmangual@manhattan-institute.org

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute
klazarski@manhattan-institute.org

 

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