I have watched and listened to so many pledge drives on PBS and NPR over the years. I occasionally get a question about how to support this blog. I’ve ruled out pledge drives, thankfully for you and for me.

Recently, I noticed that Sabrina Pacifici of the fabulously-useful and highly-recommended blog, BeSpacific, had a

A lot has been happening at Kennedy Idea Propulsion Laboratory recently. Seemed like a good time to post an update.

  • Upcoming “Ask Me Anything” Zoom Webcast. I had so much fun and got such good feedback on my recent special guest appearance on Ari Kaplan’s Virtual Lunch. I’ve decided to run an experiment for

Screen capture of Gumroad pageIt’s time for another creator economy experiment. I’ve been thinking and talking about trying Gumroad to offer for sale some of my smaller information products (templates, worksheets, handouts, et al.) that aren’t available elsewhere, are valuable, and aren’t currently helping others.

Gumroad is a very popular service that allows creators to monetize these kinds of

Summer is here. Grades are turned in. Several projects have wrapped up. I’m looking forward to a much slower pace for the summer.

I’ve decided to focus on one thing this summer – my Legal Innovation as a Service offerings.

Legal Innovation as a Service(TM) (“LIaaS”) is a fresh approach to provide innovation leaders

Please join the Exponential Legal team on Wednesday, May 26, at 3:30 Eastern, for a free and open discussion about #productization of legal services. Our guest will be Greg Siskind and he will be sharing his insights into productization efforts and learnings in the area of immigration law. Greg has been working on some cool