Month: June 2009

Twitter – is the party over?

Has what looked like a great service, populated by eager early adopters with like motivations turned into a service polluted by egotists, marketeers and spam artists? Larry Bodine, questioning the value of Twitter as a marketing tool for lawyers, thinks so: I’ve learned that it is a shouting post for relentless self-promoters, a dumping ground […]

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Dead blogs

Scott Greenfield has advice for bloggers who have decided to call it a day: I ask you one thing. Take it down. Pull it. Remove it, once and for all. Do this for me. More importantly, do this for you. For my purpose, you’re leaving your litter and cluttering up my blogosphere. Clean up after […]

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