A smattering of interesting posts from today's legal blogs
- “Welcome to the Future: Would Henry V Have Used Web 2.0 at
Agincourt?” from the AmLaw Daily. A post that reaches from Shakespeare’s Henry V to Twitter to provide a very useful overview of Web 2.0 in the context of the legal profession.
- “Riding the net’s second wave: how lawyers and their firms are applying web tools in game-changing ways” from the
’s Law Practice Magazine. Four stories about law firms using Web 2.0 to change the game. What are you waiting for? ABA
- “Elvis (and Big Law) are dead” from Ideablog. This look at Heller’s dissolution adds to the “profession” v “business” debate. The title might give away the conclusion….
- “Post from the Comments – Voices” from Chris Brogan’s blog. This piece addresses why businesses must communicate through individual voices in social media, not through old-school “official voice” communication. Ford is doing this, and Scott Monty has become the standard-bearer for the way businesses will succeed in SM communications.
- “MicroBlogging Within the
: The Missing Communications Tool” from 3 geeks and a Law blog. Companies need to adopt micro-blogging as an internal communications tool. Here’s why (and how). Enterprise
- “Advice on Weathering the Storm” from Mark Beese’s Leadership for Lawyers blog. Mark has pulled together a useful set of insightful posts and articles on what lawyers can do to remain successful in these difficult times. Thanks, Mark!
- “Twitter Basics for Curious Lawyers” from Reid My Blog! If you’re thinking about taking the Twitter leap but not quite sure how to do it “right,” this post points you to some helpful resources. One item not on the list that should be is Bob Ambrogi’s “Sixteen Reasons to Tweet on Twitter.”