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Group vs. Individual Blog Good morning from Seattle. Good afternoon, to the rest of the country. I have a foggy day here before the sun is going to clear things up later this afternoon. It’s still pretty quiet on the streets of Seattle. I was out running earlier this morning. A few more cars are out, but it’s definitely a very quiet place while the stay at home order remains in place very clearly here…
  Establish Goals Good afternoon from Seattle and to the rest of the country where it’s already afternoon as well. I’m starting a little bit late. We usually do this at eleven o’clock Pacific Time every day. What we’re doing is joining the #Blog4Good Campaign to institute a program of lawyers from coast to coast, associated with various bar associations and major law firms and whatnot that are cooperating to get more and more lawyers…
Look for Opportunities   Good morning from Seattle up here on the West Coast and good afternoon to the rest of the country. We’re on day three of 45 days of– what do you want to call it? Common Sense Legal Blogging, Effective Legal Blogging? The idea is to follow 45 chapters in a book that I would like to write at some point in time, and maybe we’ll have it transcribed by the talking…
Finding a Niche Good morning from Seattle. Good afternoon on the East Coast. This is day two of what will be nine weeks of 45 chapters of legal blogging that I’ll cover, probably get up on YouTube as well, and get transcribed, so that people can use them. Again, the goal, like I talked about yesterday, was to maybe get away from what people describe blogging as today or the false bloggers that are teaching…
    Introduction Earlier this year I did a random blog post that just talked about legal blogging as if it was a book because I couldn’t find a book. Somebody had asked me, did I have a book? I said, “No.”  The first thing I did was I just came up with a list of what the chapters would be, what the topics you would have to cover in a blog. There happened to…
A news aggregator enables you to follow relevant sources (blogs and mainstream media) as well as keywords and key phrases relevant to your work. It brings the news to you vs. having to go out to individual outlets to get it. Why should you use it? News aggregators make your life easier and compile the information you want to see in one place, without having to sift and sort through other irrelevant information. Allow you…