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Social Media Management

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Successful social media campaigns use multiple platforms—Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, blogs, etc. Each platform by itself, does not necessarily take a huge time investment. If you’re trying to manage multiple platforms one at a time, you can spend hours per day updating posts, etc. Outsourcing these tasks is something to consider, or you can try […]

A Great Alternative To Trips The Post Office

Friday, May 21st, 2010

A great new tool for increasing efficiency is available now.  Stop trips to the post office by printing certified mail labels from your desktop, Simply enter the addressee and return address information on’s website, then print the label. Labels can be printed on standard paper, folded, and placed in window envelopes the company provides. […]

60 sites in 60 minutes

Friday, April 23rd, 2010

As many of you know, I attended and spoke at 2 sessions at the ABA Techshow that was held last month in Chicago.  It was an amazing show.  I am still compiling my notes, and getting ready to speak at MAJ’s yearly conference being held on May 7, 2010.  They have asked me to speak […]

“Googling It” Just Got Better

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009

Google recently unveiled 5 new features that takes the top search engine to new stratospheres. 1.  Near Instant Voice Translation Not only can you search by voice, “how to make holiday cookies” for example, but it’ll also translate right back to you in spoken Spanish via your mobile phone. That’s right, during the launch presentation, […]

Google Search for Lawyers

Friday, November 20th, 2009

Google came out with a cool and free application that I think will change the way some lawyers search.  My law firm will not be giving up our Westlaw and Lexis accounts anytime soon, but with free search tools like this, I can see that happening in the near future. The Federal database includes US […]

Why Google it if it ain’t broken? –Google now offers you more ways to search.

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

At first I was filled with dread at the thought of more ways to search on Google, don’t we already get enough? So much information pops up and sifting through the search results are already time consuming and sometimes overwhelming. I’ve often resented those “advanced search options” offered on some websites. Enough search engine advancements […]

Funny and Interesting Web Site

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

I stumbled upon this morning and loved it!  This site contains cool, funny, bizarre images that are good for the whole family.  Here are just a couple of my faves. Sorry I’m Late Guys Deadly Gumball Machine Worlds Steepest Stairs Governor Schwarzenegger’s Breakfast Uploaded From His Twitter Account Let me know your favorites as […]

2 missing Power Points from Techshow materials

Wednesday, September 16th, 2009

Here are the 2 Power Point slide presentations that were not on your thumb drives that you were given during last Friday’s techshow in Novi.  The show was a huge success and I thank you for attending.  We are already working on next year’s show.   The 2 missing outlines were 45 websites in 45 minutes […]

Great Resource For iPhone Users

Friday, May 29th, 2009

I am still using a Blackberry, but I have to admit the iPhone looks like a lot more fun.  There has been a lot of buzz about lawyers using the iPhone more easily now in conjunction with their law practices.  There are dozens of sites out there that promote iPhones in the day to day […]

Another great Website

Thursday, May 28th, 2009

Yesterday’s blog was about where to meet if you are meeting someone who lives far away.  Today’s website is all about finding a great restaurant, bar or store right in your own backyard.  I don’t know if you are like me, but choosing a restaurant is always a struggle.  We always seem to go to […]

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