Recent Microblog Posts – Sep 22, 2008

DennisKennedy.Microblog is a supplement to this blog that can be found on Twitter at @dkennedyblog. I invite you to become a follower. An explanation of the microblog can be found here.
Here are posts from the microblog for the last week or so:

+ One source of content with many channels and user choice, ABA Journal really gets where mags need to go. http://www.abajournal.com/subscribe
+ “But the most essential thing law firms do for their lawyers is to share their brand” – @jordan_law21 in great post, “We are All Solos”
+ Just curious: If you follow @denniskennedy, why would you not also follow @dkennedyblog? Or vice versa?
+ Putting Blinders on to Enhance Productivity – http://bit.ly/44Z6fs – let good people work the way they want with the tools they want
+ Hanselman on telecommuting technologies. http://bit.ly/3THqXK Game changing?
+ ReadWriteWeb survey finds that 21% are using online word processors – http://bit.ly/45cwU [Note: Please participate in our informal poll on word processor usage]
+ Jon Udell on what is an Internet operating system – http://tinyurl.com/3eg7oh

Let me know what you think about the microblog idea.
Also, Tom and I have started to do some regular posting at the Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration blog. I invite you to check it out and add it to your RSS reader.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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  1. says

    Dennis -
    I think the microblog format is an interesting development in the overall blogging story. Why did it come about? Sometimes I think it’s an outgrowth of the struggle of long-time bloggers to keep the content stream flowing on their traditional blogs, which typically require longer, more in-depth posts (like yours).
    It’s interesting to see the microblog format serve different purposes for different bloggers and audiences. I recently started the PatentMicroBlog on twitter (http://twitter.com/patentmicroblog) to allow me to provide quick pointers to patent-related news and other information that I think practitioners will find interesting. Others use Twitter to run shotgun to their primary blog (sort of like the original linkblogs); while still others use it as a social networking tool.
    It will be fun to see where microblogging goes from here, and the effect it has on the overall blogging universe.