2018/00/00: Angela Fernandez, Pierson v. Post, the Hunt for the Fox: Law and Professionalization in American Legal Culture (Cambridge University Press, 2018), at 81-82 n.15 (a 200-year-old classic case involving a fox hunt)
Lawrence Savell, “Law Review: A Love Story,” written by a New York lawyer appearing in California Lawyer (February 2003), Vermont Bar Journal (March 2003), Nebraska Lawyer (April 2003), New Jersey Lawyer (June 2003) (where the first footnote goes to Pierson in reference to the “vixenish allure“ of an old girlfriend the protagonist first met in property class at the University of Michigan and hopes to see at a law school reunion).
2018/07/13: Benjamin Brandall, "The First Status Update," Secret Cave (zine), July 13, 2018, available at http://secretcave.co/first-status-update/ (a look back at telephone answering machine messages as compared with Internet postings)
“Here comes the tone, leave your message”, sings Lawrence Savell to the tune of Here Comes the Sun in a homemade answering machine message tape from the early 80s that he has since ripped and uploaded to his website. . . . In a brief email exchange with Lawrence Savell, I was told that there was once a thriving scene of creators recording and exchanging custom answering machine messages. What once caused a flurry of excitement soon becomes obsolete. What once distorted the meaning of words like “here” and “now” becomes commonplace on the internet. The ancestor of the status update is now a nugget of nostalgic comedy, its nuances eroded by time.