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TweetLegatTech kicks-off tomorrow and there is an air an excitement in the air… Social Media is taking an important seat this year, including a Twitter discussion that was added (and that I personally, won’t get a chance to see as I am off to mandatory training…) Social Media coverage in LegaTech will include: Monday 2nd […]

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TweetYesterday was CES’s final day. I have physically landed on the east coast, but my heart and mind are still on CES. Here are a few bits to conclude the last day: Many people ask and wonder if and how to create the separation between their professional and personal networks. There are many tools built […]

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TweetWho are those that use Social Media for Business? Jeremiah Owyang divides users of social media for business purposes into 6 groups: * Creators – they have blogs, twitter, they are on every single network. * Critics – * Collectors – get all feeds and organize them * Joiners – network is how I get […]

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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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TweetTwo legal marketing conferences descended upon New York City this week.  The first was the CMO Forum at the Westin in New York.  In particular, on September 16 I attended the session, Technology that your Clients Want you to Have, presented by Monica Bay, Editor of Law Technology News, Incisive Media, Suzanne Hawkins, Chief of […]

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TweetOne of the first programs I ever used on a computer was CalcStar, a companion program to that predecessor to WordPerfect called WordStar.  I used CalcStar to manage my checkbook. I remember migrating my data from CalcStar into what is now called Quicken. After I made that change, my wife finally started to use our computer to manage […]

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TweetLarry Bodine’s article in the recent Law Technology News, Crowded but Silent, underscores a fundamental fact in the world of online social media: What draws teenagers, bloggers, marketers, recruiters, evangelists, self-proclaimed evangelists and sales people (ahem, excuse me – business development professionals) to social networking – does not draw lawyers. And more sobering, of the […]

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TweetInteresting article about the approach ITtoolbox is taking to introduce a social network to allow vendor selection. The idea of combining information from both the vendor and user-generated content to improve an online community makes a lot of sense. I think this type of “Content Rich Professional Networking” will be the way to apply social […]

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