Month: April 2003

Lawyers and Docs: Securing Your Dot-Pro Domain Name

An article in today’s Washington Post, The Internet Gets Its Pro, says a new domain extension, “dot-pro”, just for lawyers, docs, and accountants (and other professionals?) will go live in July. Those pros who work to maintain an online persona

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Can Enough Traffic Beat an Electronic Path?

Question… Will repeated users clicking along the same chain of hyperlinks, beat down a path in the network? In other words, can users literally/metaphorically beat a path to your web site’s door? Does a well-beaten path transfer information quicker than

Posted in New Media / Internet

Intro to Web Logs for Law Marketing

I wrote a short introductory piece on blogs as a new tool for legal marketing for Strategies, The Legal Marketing Journal, a publication of the Legal Marketing Association. While the piece is not comprehensive in scope, it does provide a

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Thoughts on Social Software

Hi bloggers… Here’s an interesting item regarding social software arguing that search engine standout Google is tops in class (see Google Best Example of Social Software). It provides links to some interesting points such as this one: “Social software is

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Word Cam: Patriot’s Day

While I’m still deciding how to use this blog, I’m posting this Word Cam as I think it nicely sets the mood. A Word Cam is a concept I created that I define as: “1. A device for capturing a

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My Hahvahd Blawg

Thanks to my harvard email address, I am allowed to be part of the great blog experiment. Now to find a niche…

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It Worked!

Welcome to your new weblog. This is the first post to prove that it worked. Click on the title of this item for tips on getting started with your new weblog.

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It Worked!

Welcome to your new weblog. To get started, please visit this page for tips on posting to your weblog, and participating in the weblog community here.

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