In the latter part of 2018, Gabe Teninbaum tweeted that he had decided to make his personal idea journal available to the public. I commented that I thought that was a cool idea. He encouraged me to do the same. Matt Homann also concurred. I’ve always liked Matt’s “idea garage sale” posts making available ideas
Catching Up – Here, There and Everywhere
I’ve had quite a few articles, podcasts and other things appear over the last few months, but not on this blog. It seemed like a good time to catch up and point to some of those.
Tom Mighell and I have continued a good run of episodes on The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast. Recent ones…
Must-have Apps for Lawyers – My New ABA Journal Column
My latest “Kennedy on Tech” ABA journal column is my attempt to answer a question I frequently hear from lawyers – “What mobile apps should I have?”
One of the things that intrigues me most about our new world of apps is how personalized each of our experiences using tech, especially mobile devices, has become.…
Some Recent Podcasts and Articles for You
I wanted to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving. It’s a good time to say “thnak you!” to my patient readers (and the impatient ones, too). I’m hoping to get back onto a regular blogging schedule soon.
I also wanted to highlight some of my recent podcasts, articles and other odds & ends.
Two New Tech Columns: Law Firm Apps and Departure Policies
My latest two ABA Journal tech columns are called “Apt to make apps? What you need to consider before jumping in” and “5 tech policies law firms should consider to prep for job departures.”
1. Apt to make apps? What you need to consider before jumping in
In this column, I…
New Article: Manage App Overload on your iPad or iPhone with Folders
My latest ABA Journal tech column is called “Manage app overload on your iPad or iPhone with folders.”
Most of us are starting to see a proliferation of apps, especially if you take advantage of the many free apps available. Sites like Apps Gone Free also let you know about pay apps that…
New Article: Does Your Firm Have a Bring-Your-Own-Device Policy?
My latest ABA Journal tech column is called “Does Your Firm Have a Bring-Your-Own-Device Policy?” The column is just a simple introduction to the two main approaches to the increasingly-common desire of employees to use work technology devices for personal purposes and personal devices for personal purposes.
The two approaches, not surprisingly, have…
My ABA Journal Tech Columns
Someone recently asked me if all of my monthly American Bar Association Journal articles are collected in one place.
They aren’t, but I wanted see if I could create a link to saved search that would, as a practical matter, let people see them all in one place. (Here’s the link.)
Twitter Talk – My Latest ABA Journal Column
My latest ABA Journal tech column is called “Twitter Talk: Its Search and Trends Can Keep You Up to Speed.” The column provides some practical pointers on ways lawyers can benefit from using Twitter without the need to learn how to “tweet.”
In my experience speaking to lawyers, Twitter is the social media…
Planning for Your Digital Estate – My New ABA Journal Tech Column
My August ABA Journal tech column is called “Of Sound Mind: Make Plans for Your Digital Estate.” The column provides a quick overview of and some practical pointers for the increasingly-complex issues and questions that arise in handling our digital assets after we can no longer manage them ourselves.
I’ve been fascinated by…