Here is Lisa Kennelly’s
interview of me, which was posted yesterday at LexBlog’s Real Lawyers Have Blogs.
My thanks to Lisa for contacting me and asking some questions that are harder to answer than they may seem.
Last week, at LegalTech New York, I attended a program on Twitter, the latest social media phenomenon. The panel was moderated by Monica Bay, editor-in-chief of
Law Technology News, and was made up by Matt Homann, lawyer and author of the [non]billable hour blog; Kevin O’Keefe, CEO of LexBlog;
I’m attending LegalTech New York 2009, which started this morning and runs through Wednesday afternoon.
This afternoon I am going to attend two programs: LegalTech E-discovery Town Hall, which will feature an interactive panel of electronic discovery and and legal technology experts who will answer questions submitted in advance via YouTube.
Tom Ricks is The Washington Post’s military correspondent and the author of
Fiasco: The American Military Adventure in Iraq. He writes a weekly column in The Post‘s Sunday edition called “Tom Ricks’s Inbox,” which, as the name suggests, “aims to give readers a snapshot of the conversations that play
Bob Ambrogi’s post yesterday, which alerted me to the ABA Journal’s redesign of its site, including its new Blawg Directory. The directory is well organized, particularly its alphabetical listing of blawgs by topic. There are also instructions on how to submit a blawg for inclusion in
Just as there are
patent trolls, I have learned, thanks to legal marketing consultant Larry Bodine, that there are domain trolls, whose business is registering domain names in which someone has shown an interest, but has not purchased, then offering the names for sale, usually at