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:
What is the potential of Obama’s campaign network in running the government and the country? Rob Paterson on Change.gov – http://bit.ly/WIQA
@matthomann‘s 10 Rules of Legal Technology – http://bit.ly/39syy – a great list, but I still have to talk Matt out of his keyboard obsession
Check out the potential of Twitter on election day at Twitter’s election page http://bit.ly/4fXCzH and search page http://search.twitter.com
Cloud computing and The Big Switch – http://bit.ly/4lpCQw – I like Thierer’s notion of “pragmatic optimism” on this key trend.
Ed Poll and Adobe’s Rick Borstein cover what’s new (and cool) in Acrobat 9, with a legal focus – http://bit.ly/2wS5Y4 – highly recommended
Just finished Charles Morris’s The Trillion Dollar Meltdown. I expect the roller coaster ride will continue for a while.
Can lawyers and instant messaging be a happy combination? My latest ABA Journal column offers a a quick IM primer – http://bit.ly/hCMCG
The Hildebrandt Client Advisory attracting so much attention – http://bit.ly/49uYg9 – law practice in tough times. Whatcha gonna do?
Ron Baker on the future of the firm: Profitability = Intellectual Capital x Effectiveness x Price – http://bit.ly/3soY3s
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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