From the monthly archives:

May 2009

TweetThis year we have seen amazing growth in Internet use by adults, with 45+ category gaining more and more attention and pulling more weight with web advertising and investment overall. Last week Danah Boyd posted about Facebook being for Old people, and more and more stats show how internet, and especially social media is being […]

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TweetSocial media policies are becoming the hot topic now as legal departments are beginning to seriously grapple with the issue. How open or restrictive should companies be with respect to allowing employees to engage in social media. Should employees be able to blog or Twitter or Facebook on company time? Should they be allowed to […]

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TweetConnected Groups were launched exactly 3 months ago on 23rd February, and ever since they have been growing so rapidly that they have quickly become one of Connected’s most luring areas -  a confidential space for professional networking as well as an extremely useful tool to spread your word and ideas. Every day sees the […]

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Tweet Everybody is talking about Wolfram Alpha:  it’s new, changing all the rules, is it a competitor for Google, is it not a competitor for Google, will it need some regulation over data delivered and will it be able to answer ANY question? Working in the legal industry means that a large part of my […]

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TweetAbout a month and a bit ago, Web 2.0 Expo took place in San Francisco. This is the major event of the year for the New Media Industry, one that has been going on for 5 years now. It is brought by O’Reilly Media and specifically Tim O’Reilly, the person who made ‘web 2.0’ what […]

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TweetFor more than a year now I have been running my personal blog on WordPress after an unsuccessful and frustrating experience on another platform which shall remain nameless.  After months of feeling I am not making the fullest of my blog and knowledge of WordPress I decided it’s about time to hit Wordcamp. Wordcamp is […]

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TweetWith so many potential connections online, how can one keep up with each and every connection? One of the recommended best practices is to not  just connect and ‘let it be’ – you have to keep the connection ‘living and breathing’ , send a periodic message to your connections from time to time so keep […]

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TweetAs you search martindale.com today, you may notice a Chambers & Partners icon next to the profiles of certain lawyers and law firms you come across (see Greenberg Traurig as an example).  What does this icon mean? Many of you are familiar with Chambers & Partners, a highly respected, independent, London-based research and publishing company that […]

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