The Court went on to explain his reference to a blog as follows:
Blogs are a fairly recent phenomenon in the law, providing a useful forum for interchanges of ideas. While comments in blogs lack the editing and peer review characteristics of law journals, and probably should be considered judiciously, they may nevertheless be quite useful, especially as food for thought, and may be regarded as simply another kind of secondary authority, whose value simply turns on the rigor of the analysis in the underlying ideas they express.In re General Motors Corp., at 85, n. 96.
Another recent blog citing was in In re Gulf Coast Oil Corp., 404 B.R. 407 (Bankr. S.D. Tex. 2009)(quoting Wall Street Journal Bankruptcy Beat).
It's nice to know that the judges are out there reading.