During the past four years, I have collected related posts into what I call “metaposts” (See my post of May 13, 2007: explanation of metaposts.). Starting with the first metapost, published on October 14, 2005, I created 9 in 2005, 15 in 2006, 15 more in 2007, and a whopping 61 so far in 2008. Obviously, the more I write – LawDepartmentManagementblog.com has 3,440 posts as of today – the more often I can accumulate at least five prior references on a topic, and thus make it eligible for metapost treatment. If there are enough references assembled in a metapost, I don’t just cite them I organize them.
The 100 metaposts I have now published since the first on Feb. 3, 2008, each with a hyperlink, cover a grand total of 1,422 references. The median metapost has 10 references; the average, 14; the least number of references in a metapost is 4 while the most populous metapost has 72 references.
Email me if you have an interest in a particular topic more specific than any of my broad 16 categories. If I have a metapost on the topic I will send it to you. Or, your inquiry may spur me to pull together a bespoke metapost.