Recent Microblog Posts – May 5, 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:

Ed Poll: Lawyers will still be needed in the “new economy” – – why I say Susskind’s new book will start conversations
Scott Ginsberg: 14 Obligations of All Creative Professionals –
Adam Singer on the latent cultural function of technology – – we understand function of tech after no longer necessary
100 Tweets: Thinking About Law Practice in 140 Characters or Less – @matthomann’s ebook on lawyers, Twitter and more
Allison Shields on BlackBerry Behavior: Is it hurting your reputation?
Steve Rubel on the end of the “Destination Web Era” – – Stats are compelling
Three screens and a cloud – Ray Ozzie on Microsoft’s web strategy – – online version of Office, netbooks, and more
New blog post – Nine Legal Technology Trends for 2009: The Year of Hunkering Down – – welcome your feedback
From Knowledge@wharton: “Legal Strategy 101: It’s Time for Law Firms to Re-think Their Business Model” –
Steve Barth lists 14 koans of knowledge management –
Had enough of Web 2.0 already? Is it time to move on to Web 3.0?
New episode of The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast is out – “Has PowerPoint Killed the Presentation?” –
Sarah Perez sums up LexisNexis survey suggesting “really wide” tech generation gap in legal profession – #techshow
Great story about Ron Staudt, legal tech pioneer and one of my legal tech heroes, and using tech for access to justice –

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