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TweetThe Martindale-Hubbell Connected online network for lawyers and legal professionals has been in beta development since last summer. Now, as it opens its doors to all lawyers this week, we thought it would be a good time to look back and reflect on the top things we learned during the 10 month stretch between the […]

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TweetLast weekend @econwriter5 tweeted some great links to a few articles about online personality, brand personality online, and online identity that reflect the current hot online conversation: how do you shape your online presence and personality? how much of the mix is professional related and how much of it is personal? how much of each […]

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TweetTwo weeks ago we launched Groups in Martindale-Hubbell Connected and already we have a few groups created by members. I received a few emails in the past few days asking for some guidelines and tips around creating a group, so here goes: Can anyone start any group? Absolutely! Depending on your Martindale-Hubbell Connected membership type, […]

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TweetThis week we launched an important new feature on Martindale-Hubbell Connected, the global online network for legal professionals. Now, members of Connected (which is still in a beta release) can create and join groups. If you participate in LinkedIn, Facebook or other online networks, you may have already seen groups. In Martindale-Hubbell Connected, a group […]

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TweetSo you have only started setting up your profile… and now all these questions bubble up: What photo should you use (if any at all!)? How about contact details? How do you present yourself in a way that not only benefits you, but protects you as well? If you have already set up your profile […]

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TweetTuesday was the peak of Social Media experience for Lawyers on LegalTech. What started as a buzz on Monday with Monica Bay’s session on Twitter , with Bob Ambrogi tweeting the questions to and from Twitter, peaked into online blogs and forum reports and discussions, that were layered on top of the live sessions. The […]

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2008 – My TOP 4

by 04g7F1nl02 on January 24, 2009 · 2 comments

in Web 2.0

TweetOK, so this post has been sitting in my Drafts since I left for CES, and it was only this weekend, after I finally mentally landed back, that I had a chance to prepare it for a live reading audience. Better late than never… As all major and independent voices on the net tweet, publish […]

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TweetDay four. Yesterday’s excitiment is still bubbling with people hurring to see this and that, talk to him and get a glimps of that. Though having a mere 3 hours of sleep (during which I actually had a dream in which i was tweeting… not sure if it was in 3D HD though. are dreams […]

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TweetLegal Tech is quickly approaching, and we look forward to participating in this premier legal technology event. LexisNexis is sponsoring two educational tracks at the event. One of them is titled Adopting Web 2.0 Technology to Gain a Strategic Advantage for your Practice. This very important topic will be discussed in three panel sessions: Five […]

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TweetEveryone’s stressed these days – trying to do more with less, coping with dramatic outside events that affect our organizations, powering up to succeed in a challenging world. In times like these, our networks – the people who make up our professional lives – become more important than ever. The people in your network can […]

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