From the category archives:

Web 2.0

Tweet Heading out to dinner and want to indulge your hankering for spicy food?  Well, with today’s technology, the power to select a restaurant is literally at your fingertips.  Want to catch a late movie, but don’t want to see a clunker?  That information, too, is readily accessible on your mobile device.  What happens, though, […]

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Tweet Last Tuesday I was in NY city attending the much awaited The Business of APIs Conference organized by Mashery, the leading provider of API management services. It was a sold out crowd and why not? APIs are becoming increasingly popular and part of many companies core business strategy. Speakers included representatives from leading names […]

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Tweet I’ve been using Foursquare now for a better part of a year and in that time, I’ve managed to check in about 1300 times, hold 15 mayorships, and collect  24 different badges.  Despite the many annoyances I find with Foursquare – inaccurate geo-location, slow, buggy, and crash-prone app, and poor data integrity (there were […]

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TweetLast week Jon Lin in his blog post introduced the new martindale.com Connected site. I am excited to say with that release search experience at martindale.com surpassed yet another milestone! Search has always been the choice tool to find lawyers, law firms, legal articles, community content, jobs and much more at martindale.com. Last year, Jon […]

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TweetMartindale-Hubbell Connected received a belated but very welcomed birthday present in the form of a Social Media Marketing Award from BtoB magazine. Connected, the online professional networking community for legal professionals launched just over one year ago, was chosen by the BtoB editorial team as the winning entry in the Best Closed Community category. While […]

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TweetA few days ago (on March 30, 2010) the New Jersey Supreme Court handed down a decision that is certain to have significant implications in social media policy circles. In Stengart v Loving Care Agency (2010 N.J. LEXIS 241), Plaintiff Stengart, in anticipation of a lawsuit against her employer, Loving Care Agency, sent several email […]

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TweetIf you have been following our @MHTweets account on Twitter, you have probably had a chance by now to hear about our monthly Connected events, where we host numerous experts on a specific topic, to discuss their subject matter of expertise, either via blogging, forum discussions or a webinar. If you have not heard or […]

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TweetDid you know that an average of 200 new documents are added to the martindale.com Legal Library every week? We’re now syndicating new additions on Twitter! See the most recent articles from industry thought leaders by following us @MHLegalLibrary Take a look at a few recent articles: Supreme Court Decides Citizens United v. Federal Election […]

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TweetMonica Bay moderated the second panel on first day of LegalTech 2010, focusing on one of the most fascinating topics currently: Social Media Policy. The three panelists discussed different aspects of social media policy which gave a nice well rounded view of the topic, and specifically, different ways to embrace it. The Cautious Side of […]

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TweetNext week LegalTech, one of the most exciting, awaited for conferences, is going to kick off in NY as Mike Mintz shared with you in the post from yesterday. I really enjoyed attending last year’s LegalTech and am eagerly waiting for it this year as well, and if you are planning to attend as well, […]

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