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Lady Gaga Beats President Obama to 10 Million Facebook Fans, Prince Goes Nowhere

At the same time Lady Gaga takes over the Social Media spotlight from the President, Prince announces that the Internet is nowhere and his next album will only be a CD. No surprise what Lady Gaga is doing since "Gaga's Facebook fans organized "National Lady Gaga Day." The accompanying...

Facebook - 500 Million, But What Happens When Friends Die?

Growth at Facebook has been unbelievable and not a surprise that its user rolls will get to 500 million , but last fall a childhood friend died, and a few months later I was taken aback after Facebook asked me to post on his wall. Since so many new Facebook users are grandparents and over 60 more and...

Too Much Information: Are you Overloaded?

Information overload is becoming a widespread and growing problem in the legal community, "and one that is taking a heavy toll on the profession in terms of productivity and morale," according to a recent workplace productivity survey. Forty-four percent of legal professionals surveyed said...

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Only 15% of Wikipedia Posts from Women!

Wikipedia turned 10 years old in January 2011 with more than 3.5 million English articles and in more than 250 languages, but only about 15% of the articles have been posted by women. Actually based on a joint study in 2010 of Wikipedia of the contributor base by the United Nations University, Maastricht...

How Technology Will Shape and Change the Legal Field Over the Next Decade

"Innovation is crucial." This simple but important message was part of a larger presentation by technology guru and writer Michael Rogers, who gave Wednesday's Keynote Presentation at ALM's three-day legal-technology event Legal Tech. Rogers' talk- A Look at the Law: 2020: A Radical...

Handheld Device Etiquette and How to Whip your Device into Professional Shape

I came across some interesting Internet dialogue about handheld device etiquette. Apparently, it is offensive to sign off on an email with "Sent from my iPad 2." You see, the pre-programmed iPad 2 insignia does not actually contain the "2," so in this case the user is typing the "2"...