Or so he says...
Which, according to the Bluebook, would be cited as
How Appealing, http://howappealing.law.com/031507.html#023356 (Mar. 15, 2007 15:20 EDT).
and not, as I've before suggested,
Howard Bashman, The Method for Citing to Blog Posts Found in the 18th Edition of The Bluebook "Would Completely Ream Someone like Howard Bashman," HOW APPEALING, Mar. 15, 2007, http://howappealing.law.com/031507.html#023356.
If you don't know who Howard Bashman is (and how would you, if his name never gets to show up in any Bluebook citations...) he keeps a blog that serves as an amazing and well-respected - to say nothing of voluminous - clearinghouse of legal news. In fact, it's so voluminous that I can hardly keep up, and therefore nearly missed the post wherein he noted how I'd rushed to his defense against undeserved Bluebook-inflicted anonymity. In fact, I think it's a pity that he seems to have accepted his Bluebook-induced fate with such equanimity. With a little more righteous indignation, I bet the blog citation form would get fixed right away...
Edit 3/19: If the further adventures of recursive blogging, Howard noted this post on his blog. However, I'm afraid to note that he noted it, because then he'll have to note that, and then this will all get very silly.