My goal is not to do a series of ‘Top 10′ posts, I’m just seeing some good articles I think worthy of your attention. Full Story
“We can’t all have “geniuses” representing our brand like Apple does, but never underestimate how brands can be personified by the simplest virtual and face-to-face social communication.” Full Story
Flipboard has updated its sharing feature on the iPhone, iPad, and presumably, the Android. Flipboard, a personalized magazine of articles and posts created from your feeds and social network, is extremely popular with lawyers because of its non-techie, eloquent interface for receiving and reading customized news. Full Story
I once subscribed to the belief that maintaining a blog was an impossible task for any busy person. Essentially, I thought that if you were a “blogger” that was your job – period. LexBlog (or, more specifically, our clients) taught me I was wrong. You can blog and still have time for your profession and life.
In order to publish regularly, you need not log-in every day or week. You can draft posts as you find time, store them in the back end, and schedule them to be published regularly. Here’s a walk-through of scheduling a post (with pictures!) if you are on our WordPress-based network:
Step 2: Save your draft by clicking the “Save Draft” button in the “Publish” box.
Step 3: In the publish box, click the “Edit” link next to “Publish immediately”.
Step 4: Revise the date and time to reflect when you want the post to be published.
Step 5: Click the “OK” button.
Step 5a: Notice the change of the publish box buttons from “Publish” to “Schedule”.
Step 6: Click “Schedule”.
Step 7: Relax. Your post is now scheduled.
Many of our clients take advantage of this and have found their blogging “groove” by dedicating a couple hours every weekend or every few weekends to writing posts and scheduling them to be published within the following day or week. This frees them up from worrying about adding a post and keeps them focused, during the week, on their most important work.
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Standing at the Precipice is an example of a unique point of view: For over 100 years, the legal profession has existed virtually unchanged. Weighed down by decades of precedent and immune to innovation. Those days are over. The time for change has come for the business of law. Full Story
Jeff John Roberts (@jeffjohnroberts) of paidContent reports that like the New York Times the Financial Times is now making its content available through Flipboard. Full Story