DennisKennedy.Microblog is a supplement to this blog that can be found on Twitter at @dkennedyblog. I invite you to become a follower. An explanation of the microblog can be found here.
Here are recent posts from the microblog. As an aside, it’s intriguing to me that any one or all of these would have turned into a blog post with some discussion of the topic several years ago.
Martha Sperry on Friendfeed for Lawyers – http://bit.ly/dNdqg – still more reasons for having Friendfeed on my to-learn list
Steve Rubel: Blogs are Out of Beta, But Bloggers Should Always Be in Beta” – http://bit.ly/WztTW
Meryl Evans on 8 ways to extend your presentations – http://bit.ly/bl0xN
Tim O’Reilly and John Battelle on “Web Squared” – http://bit.ly/vIzrS – the Web on its collision course with the physical world
The Economist on social networking on Internet vs. traditional business networking – http://bit.ly/lfk8t
For fans of Babylon 5, JMS interview on Babylon Podcast – http://bit.ly/g6FGk ‘Nuff said. Even better, there’s a second part coming.
My new blog post – “A Blogging Guide for St. Louis (and Other) Lawyers (and Others)” – http://bit.ly/ZHrMm
John Heckman on Richard Susskind – Commoditization – Part 1 http://bit.ly/WyX15
RT @GreatDismal: Twitter: Return of “telegraphese”. The headline writer’s art. The core art of semantic compression. Lose the trim.
Steve Rubel’s “Posterous is Changing How I Think About Blogging” is changing how I think about blogging – http://bit.ly/d9nTT
Is iPhone really a threat to domination of BlackBerry in legal profession? The new Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast – http://bit.ly/45TLG
RT @GreatDismal: RT @DougCoupland – a strange measure of technology’s acceleration – no cell-phone images of 9-11 attacks.
RT @collabtools: Dion Hinchcliffe on Twitter on your intranet: 17 microblogging tools for business – http://bit.ly/dL2Er
We’re looking for audience questions for tomorrow’s recording of The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast – why not yours? [Note: Email me with questions for our podcast Q & A segment any time]
Kevin Kelly on the increasing ubiquity of technology – http://bit.ly/dqW3G – esp. pace of change and impact of a billion of any technology
Peter Bregman: Two Lists You Should Look at Every Morning – http://bit.ly/XKdGY – your focus list & your ignore list – don’t ignore the 2nd
Wish I’d seen Bernard Hibbitts (of Jurist fame) present on “The Technology of Law” – great summary by Library Boy – http://bit.ly/U0TJC
The new episode of The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast is out; it’s about ways lawyers can learn new technology – http://bit.ly/160RKh
Liked AppScout’s “TuneUp Cleans your Music Collection” – http://bit.ly/fgV3r
Note to estate planning lawyers: is Suze Orman on your list of competitors? http://bit.ly/15dNE8 – what can you learn from this?
Check out the new The Kennedy-Mighell Report Podcast on the Legal Talk Network.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (https://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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