Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Thursdays, legal posts, and blog plans

Yes, a Thursday post, and the first of many...

As some may have noticed (with my recent "Surge Capacity" post and my development of a Litigation Checklist), I'm writing a bit more about law on this blog--a trend that I plan to continue without abandoning the main themes of this blog of civilizational theory, systems theory, geopolitics, and energy.  Going forward, I plan to keep posting on Mondays on these topics--in the works right now are continuations to the Emergence series, the Diagonal Economy series, and draft chapters of my second book (working title: "The Problem of Growth").  In addition to these posts, however, I plan to add an additional post on legal topics most Thursdays, including work on a revised litigation checklist system, a series of posts on open-source checklists in general as a tool for managing complexity, posts on the future of law/lawyers, as well as posts on litigation strategy and tactics.  In many cases, there will be overlap between the Thursday "legal" posts and my general themes, so I think all readers will find them of interest--if not, it will be easy to keep them separate...

Also in the works, getting back to posting at The Oil Drum, which I'll cross post here:  an update to my previous series on geopolitical feedback loops in oil production, as well as a post on the energy-saving potential of distributed/decentralized production.

2 comments:

Rice Farmer said...

Sounds great. In relation to the legal theme, I wonder if you will be dedicating any time to trends such as the growth of militias, secessionist movements, and the like, in which people or groups might in effect take the law into their own hands, or make their own rules and laws. Energy decline will make it harder for nation-states to maintain cohesion and state control, thereby increasing opportunities for non-state actors to jump into the breach. If you have the time and inclination, I'd like to see how you perceive such things from your legal perspective.

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