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Recent Microblog Posts – February 25, 2009

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 to give you a flavor of what expect:

Frederic Lardinois has stats on search engine inquiries getting longer – – do you notice Google giving poorer results?
Adam Thierer on just how far the Internet has come since 1996 – – makes me feel a little nostalgic
Ed Yourdon’s updated presentation on using Twitter in the enterprise –
Eric Mack on using Twitter as a tool for personal knowledge management –
Larry (@rocketmatter) Port explains cloud computing to lawyers – – a couple of quotes from me.
Tamar Weinberg on how to present while people are twittering – – essential skills for today’s presentations [Note: actual post by Olivia Mitchell]
Rob Paterson on a transformational plan for public radio and television – – Do these ideas apply in other settings?
How are things made? Evolving Excellence’s Factory Tour of the Week will show you – Fascinating.
Doug Cornelius on ways webinars fail –
A brand new way for lawyers to analyze contracts and other documents? I’ve used on articles, but an interesting idea [Note: I got some questions about what I meant by this. My idea would be to use a tag cloud for a document to get a quick overview of key points and concepts in a document.]
More details on my #TECHSHOW presentations – #collaboration
Dave Taylor explains Twitter hashtags – – try #collaboration, #techshow and #gas at
The FASTforward Blog Guide to Twitter –
Want to understand cloud computing? Great explanation at

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.
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2 Responses to “Recent Microblog Posts – February 25, 2009”

  1. John says:

    Hi Dennis,
    Funnily enough I spotted Wordle the other day too and recommended it to some of our lawyers to use at the start of presentations or updates – for example on a new case or piece of legislation.
    You get an even better result if you edit out some of the obvious words (simple paste into Word and then find/replace) that Wordle doesn’t strip out!

  2. That post you attributed to me wasn’t me at all — it was Olivia Mitchell :)

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