Kindle Me This – New Episode of The Kennedy-Mighell Report Podcast

The newest episode of The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast is now available for download on the Legal Talk Network. You can also subscribe to podcast on iTunes. Our friends at Rocket Matter sponsor this episode.
This episode is called “Kindle Me This.” The recent announcement of the larger Kindle DX and the seemingly annual summer rumors of an Apple ebook reader often referred to as an iPad got us thinking about the usefulness of the new Kindle and other ebook readers for lawyers. We talk about the Kindle generally and speculate on whether these devices are leading us to the replacement of the legal pad or a kind of legal pad 2.0. Give a listen to our thoughts on the subject.
Adriana Linares joins us again as guest co-host for this episode. We also answer some audience questions and give some helpful tech tips. My tip is about the new Google Profiles. We welcome your feedback on the episode and your questions for us to answer in future episodes.
As usual, we had the great team at the Legal Talk Network producing the episode. Follow the LTN Twitter feed (@legaltalk) for info on sending us questions for the podcast, details on a live feed during the podcast recording and info on the other great LTN podcasts.
Speaking of Google Profiles, Google recently made an offer of 25 free business cards for people who set up thier Google Profiles (or at least the first 10,000 who apply). Check it out:
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Give the new episode a listen and let me know what you think.
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  1. says

    Hi Dennis – Just heard your podcast for the first time. I ride my bike for 1 to 2 hours at a clip five or six times a week and have now added you in to the mix. Really enjoyed it. And if you’re concerned about safety, my headphones do allow ambient sound in so I won’t die with yours being the last voice I heard.

  2. says

    I still think there will never be anything more convenient and quick than a regular, old book and legal notepad with a pen. Their batteries will never die, their monitors will never malfunction.