DennisKennedy.com This is where St. Louis lawyer Dennis
Kennedy blogs his ABA Journal legal tech columns, aggregates tweets from his Twitter microblog, and prefaces new
episodes of The Kennedy-Mighell Report, the podcast he co-hosts with Inter Alia’s Tom Mighell at Legal Talk Network on
Rex Gradeless says: “Always
insightful, honest, and thoroughly written, his posts provide his audience with priceless information at no cost.
NEW e-Lessons Learned is primarily a student-run e-dis-covery and legal technology blog, where items are posted in a
practical, easy-to-scan case digest format. Each post contains
a summary of the “e-lesson learned” so readers can decide
whether to keep on reading. We like that.
The blog has a You Tube
channel. But with only one
post (about a 2008 case),
we’re comfortable saying it’s
not ready for prime time.
NEW Eric Goldman: Technology & Marketing Law Blog
Goldman, an associate prof at Santa Clara University law
school, discusses Internet and intellectual property law with
an emphasis on search engines, spam, adware/spyware and
Goldman has predicted that
Wikipedia will fail, arguing
that the ever-expanding e-encyclopedia will have to
choose between high quality
or being freely editable.
FutureLawyer is a detailed, informative daily diary of St.
Petersburg, Fla., solo Rick Georges’ life as a PC user. While
Georges isn’t constantly trading up his own technology, he
reviews all of the latest laptops, PDAs, scanners and other
gadgets, and lets readers know if they’re worth the price.
(His tweets are protected)
As of October, Georges was
still using Windows XP. “I
actually enjoy the extra couple
of minutes it takes to boot my
XP computer; I contemplate
my navel, work on my putting
stroke, get another cup of
Inter Alia Dallas lawyer Tom Mighell’s bread and butter are
his blawg-of-the-day posts and his newsletter, Internet Legal
Research Weekly. He told Lawyers USA in August that he has
tracked nearly 2,300 law blogs since 2000, and declared that
failed legal blogs last an average of one year and 10 months.
Mighell wrote The Lawyer’s
Guide to Collaboration Tools
and Technologies: Smart
Ways to Work Together with
fellow blogger and podcaster
ABA Journal BLAWG 100
NEW iPhone JD is the brainchild of New Orleans lawyer Jeff
Richardson. He launched the blog to explore lawyerly uses for
the iPhone, which he describes in his bio as the “perfect
handheld device” he’s been searching for since the late ’80s.
Richardson is an appellate
lawyer and class action
defender at Adams and
Reese, where he serves
on his firm’s technology
Real Lawyers Have Blogs Kevin O’Keefe has been posting
for years on how lawyers can gain a professional advantage
by blogging. The Seattle-based CEO of LexBlog is now also
pulling Twitter and Facebook into his embrace, seeking
research on ways lawyers can market themselves with social
media while avoiding ethical pitfalls.
LexBlog has released three
annual State of the Am Law
200 Blogosphere reports,
tracking the growth of law
Robert Ambrogi’s LawSites Rockport, Mass., solo practitioner and editorial, media and marketing consultant Robert
Ambrogi posts reviews of Web-based research and practice
management tools and directs readers to publications and
events that help them bone up on Web 2.0.
Ambrogi is prolific. He posts
for Ambrogi Strategic Media
and Media Law, contributes
to Legal Blog Watch and
co-hosts the Lawyer2Lawyer