legal webinars

Google+ for Lawyers Webinar Wrap-Up

Our webinar wrap-up posts generally include a link to the slides. Not this time. Instead, it was all video, all conversation, all the time. And, it was brilliant. Stephan Futeral and Tina Willis shared screen time discussing and demonstrating how lawyers can use Google+. A recording of the webinar will be up next week on […]

Working Remotely: Company Culture Beyond the Office Walls

This series on “Working Remotely” is inspired by “Remote,” the book by the 37Signals guys, and by my own experience working remotely for many years. I read an article recently that regarded remote workers as people in other countries and locations who you hire to save money – freelancers, virtual assistants, contractors, or consultants. That’s […]

Legal Productivity Q&A Video Series

My Website Traffic is Tanking – What Should I Do?

This is the latest edition in our quick-and-practical Q&A style videos. Questions come from social channels, keyword analysis, and readers of this blog. A transcript accompanies each video. My Website Traffic is Tanking- What Should I Do? “My web site traffic is tanking. What should I do?” This is a problem that is unfortunately very […]

calm meditation app

App of the Week: Calm – Chill Out, Focus, and Carry On

There’s no shortage of meditation apps out there and it’s a stressful, decidedly un-meditative experience, trying to decide on just the right one. I’ve tried a few with the best of intentions, but they go unopened on my phone for long stretches and are ultimately deleted. But, Calm is different – mainly because I hang […]

Working Remotely: Evaluating Employee Performance

This series on “Working Remotely” is inspired by “Remote,” the book by the 37Signals guys, and by my own experience working remotely for many years. How do you evaluate employees you don’t see or talk to every day? How do remote employees get on the radar of those responsible for evaluating their performance? The short […]

Evernote and LinkedIn

LinkedIn Connects with Evernote to Scan Business Cards

LinkedIn had a nifty little app called CardMunch which turned business cards into contacts. So, of course, they’re shutting it down. Fortunately, they’re offering the same service by deepening their partnership with an even niftier app, Evernote: LinkedIn members can scan a business card using Evernote’s mobile app and then directly connect with this contact […]

legal webinars

Webinar: How to Get Started with Google+ For Your Law Practice

Have you wondered how Google+ might help your law practice? Google+ influences search, allowing lawyers who use the platform to stand out in search engine results. Google+ also helps Google verify online profiles, enhancing the author’s reputation. As a result, many lawyers are active on Google+, with new lawyers joining every day, connecting with other […]

Legal Productivity Q&A Video Series

How Do I Get My Bills Out in 30 Minutes?

This is the latest edition in our quick-and-practical Q&A style videos. Questions come from social channels, keyword analysis, and readers of this blog. A transcript accompanies each video. How Can I Get My Bills Out in 30 Minutes? The question is “How do I get my bills out in 30 minutes?”. The answer is, you […]

App of the Week: Wibbitz Turns News Articles Into Video Snippets

Don’t care for television news but still like to watch instead of read the latest news? Check out Wibbitz, the app that transforms articles into video snippets that you can watch (or listen to) on your iPhone. Here’s how the folks at Wibbitz use artificial Intelligence to turn long text articles into video summaries: Using […]