Recent Microblog Posts – September 16, 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 recent posts from the microblog:

Sept. 25: speaking on Web 2.0 & Legal Ethics with @internetcases and Jim Dimos at Wabash College – - see you there?
If you are a Babylon 5 fan (and you should be), 2 hours of J. Michael Straczynski video lecture and Q&A – – ’nuff said
Dan (@danb) Bricklin’s Signals and the Ubiquity of New Carriers – – a must-read [Note: Expect a future blog post on this one.]
“Tartan noir” –
Open Culture’s awesome list of free audio versions of great books –
Jim McGee: “Will organizational leaders accept the evidence about incentives and creative work?”
RT @allisonshields: Does your practice need a mini marketing makeover?
Lawyer2Lawyer: The Legal Rebels Project: – great pic of legal podcast pioneer Bob Ambrogi at the mike
RT @LegalTalk: Email Management: Part Two | Legal Talk Network

Jordan (@jordan_law21) Furlong on the electric (not electronic) law firm – – might “hybrid” metaphor also apply?
RT @matthomann: 100 Tweets: Thinking About Law Practice in 140 Characters or Less:
Richard McManus’sTop 5 Web Trends – links to all 5 in one place – + our podcast on real-time web –
The How-to Geek explains how to access Gmail when it’s down –

Microsoft Word Team Blog – Co-authoring (i.e. Simultaneous Editing) in Word 2010 –
Devin Coldewey makes the case for “iTunes Lite” –
Rick (@rklau) Klau finds iPhone apps for home automation –
Don Reisinger has a list of iPhone apps for keeping up with H1N1 news –
Is it Time to Get Real About the Real-time Web? New episode of The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast –
Paul Caron’s great series on (law) student debt crisis. Part III is latest – – note cost vs earning potential comment
Richard McManus on Top 2009 Web Trends: 2. Real-time Web – – Hey, that’s topic of new Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast
Celine Roque on giving projects a final polish with standard checklist – – good advice for lawyers too.
Vicky Gordon on rewriting your invisible resume –
Paul Unger lists 5 great new enhancements to expect in PowePoint 2010 – – like the built-in screen capture tool
We’re looking for a few reviewers of the 2009 update to our collaboration tools book –

Check out the latest The Kennedy-Mighell Report Podcast on the Legal Talk Network.
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