An uber-post on 19 hyperposts (collections of metaposts)

Don’t worry if you don’t understand the header, I’ll translate. When I notice a potential accumulation, I collect six or more posts on a topic into what I call “metaposts,” of which there are now more than 500. Every now and then at least six metaposts cluster around a topic and when assembled I call them hyper-posts.

Reflexively, as loyal readers would appreciate, I decided to see how many hyper-posts this blog has generated since the first one in the fall of 2008. Astonishingly, there have been at least 19 hyperposts.

Billing (See my post of Jan. 2, 2009: 8 metaposts.).

Benchmarks (See my post of July 19, 2009: 10 metaposts.).

Benchmarks (See my post of May 29, 2011: 13 metaposts.).

Competitive bids (See my post of Oct.12, 2010: 7 references and 6 metaposts.).

Contracts (See my post of July 4, 2011: 11 metaposts, including 2 on document assembly.).

Creativity and innovation (See my post of May 24, 2010: 6 metaposts.).

Intellectual property (See my post of Aug. 19, 2009 #3: 6 metaposts.).

General counsel (See my post of Nov. 18, 2009: 6 metaposts.).

Levels other than general counsel (See my post of Oct. 11, 2009: 7 metaposts.).

Litigation management (See my post of Oct. 2, 2008: 12 metaposts.).

Managerial power (See my post of April 11, 2011: 13 metaposts.).

Marketing by law firms (See my post of July 16, 2009: 7 references and 5 metaposts.).

Patents (See my post of Dec. 31, 2011: 8 metaposts).

Process improvement (See my post of July 31, 2009: 3 references and 5 metaposts.).

Productivity through talent (See my post of Nov. 29, 2009: 12 metaposts.).

Reporting lines (See my post of Jan. 14, 2011: 8 metaposts.).

Software (See my post of Sept. 5, 2009: 5 references and 11 metaposts.).

Software for law departments (See my post of July 8, 2009: 12 metaposts.).

Statistics (See my post of Sept. 13, 2009: 7 metaposts.).

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