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Archive for May, 2006

Legal Technology Trends – Montreal Edition

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2006

I’ll be presenting a session called “Anticipating Technology Trends for 2006 and Beyond” at the Association of Legal Administrators‘ Annual Educational Conference and Expo and May 3 in Montreal.
If you will be there, I hope to see you at the session or at the Conference.
The session will be based loosely on this article.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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A Podcast of Our Recent “Podcasting for Lawyers” Presentation

Monday, May 1st, 2006

Tom Mighell has posted Episode 2 of The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast.
When Tom and I did our presentation on “Podcasting for Lawyers” at the ABA TECHSHOW, I was surprised to find that it was not one of the programs selected for recording and later podcasting. I had a small headset microphone in my bag and decided to see what we might be able to capture. With some editing and enhancement work, I believe that we have a quite serviceable recording of the session and we have now posted it as episode 2 of the The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast.
We cover the whole range of podcasting issues and the discussion is perfect for the newbie or beginner, but also has good tips for people with all levels of experience. We talk about how to find and listen to podcasts, and how to create your own podcast, if you catch the podcasting bug.
By the way, in case it’s not clear, I was joking when I made a few suggestions at one point in the session about how you might listen to podcasts in your car. I haven’t yet figured out how to add emoticons to the recording.h
If you are interested in the podcasting phenomenon and how it might affect lawyers, this podcast is a great starting point.
Tom and I recorded episode 3 this weekend, in which we talk about some of our reflections on what we learned at TECHSHOW. It will get posted soon. Then we’ll turn to some non-TECHSHOW topics, probably in the Web 2.0 area.
Please listen to and/or subscribe to The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast and let us know what you think.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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