October 2002

Judge Corrects His Opinion

This is newsworthy: Howard Bashman’s blog has become even more influential. Turns out that a judge issued an opinion on Tuesday; Howard noted in passing that one of the footnotes appeared to be in error. On Wednesday, the Judge issued an amended opinion with a correction of...

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Smaller Companies Still Kicking…

Why tech’s heavyweights still can’t crush the small fry BusinessWeek Online [News.com: News Around the Web] An encouraging note about the opportunities for innovation from Business Week. In light of the doomsday predicitions coming from Siebel and Oracle, it’s nice to hear someone see the glass as...

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Law.com

If you named your company (not to mention the site) “Law.com”, don’t you think http://law.com/ would pull up the home page? Turns out you’d be wrong. You need to go http://www.law.com/ . Come on guys, figure out the DNS!

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The Reviews Are In!

Well, one review anyway. Sandeep Dave, editor of the India Law & International Resources Review, recently published his review of the Lawyer’s Guide to Marketing on the Internet. You can read the full review here. But the concluding paragraph says what needs to be said: In plain...

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Posts vanished

I just recreated four posts from yesterday that vanished sometime overnight. When I got to my computer this morning, Radio had crashed at some point – and when it restarted, it acted as if posts I’d made since late afternoon had never happened. Fortunately I had copies...

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The Web’s Missing Links

From this month’s Technology Review, The Web’s Missing Links: Webloggers, or “bloggers,” say recent experiments with backlinking could benefit all kinds of online publishing. Instead of pointing readers only to sources for the item they have just read, backlinks also point to newer material that item inspired,...

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Law Firm Soap Operas

I’ve been silent on a couple of law firm soap operas playing out very publicly in the press lately. But for the benefit of any readers who may not be wired into the rumor mill, let me try to sum them up for you… Pillsbury Winthrop and...

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Trying out Ryze

I’d seen Phil’s endorsements of Ryze, but it was Matt Mower’s e-mail this morning urging me to take a look that tipped the balance. For those that don’t know, Ryze is a business networking web site. The goal is to make it simple for people with common...

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