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Tag Archives: Social Media

Twitter proves its worth again

On Monday, I had a cover story in Maryland Lawyer about an innovative and mildly controversial new program in Baltimore that will bring a service dog into child abuse forensic interviews and courtrooms. If you haven’t checked it out, please ...

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Twitter unveils tool to share tweeting locations

SAN FRANCISCO — Twitter can now let the world automatically know your whereabouts as well as your thoughts and activities. A new feature unveiled Thursday gives Twitter users the option of including their location with the assorted musings posted on ...

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Baltimore and Google: Checking out the competition

Baltimore Deputy Mayor Andrew Frank got back to me via e-mail after my deadline for today’s Google fiber network story. I wanted to pass along his insights because they underscore a point the Baltimore technology leaders went to great lengths ...

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Uncle.

I’m throwing in the towel. Enough is enough. I’m tired of the promise of something new, the sometimes steep learning curve to find a useful application, and the final disappointment when it does not live up to expectations. The subject: ...

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Braving #mdsnow with high-tech help

Ah, the steady hum of a Bobcat loader, the beep-beep-beep of a snowplow — music to my ears and all audible outside my house Tuesday afternoon as tireless Howard County road crews finally freed my 100-townhome community from another day of ...

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Three ways Google can help your practice

More and more, Google is providing new ways to enhance your small law practice. From its e-mail service to its Web-based document service to, of course, its search engine, Google has become a popular business buzzword in small offices from ...

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‘Unconferences’ extend Web2.0 to events

I spent last Friday at the State Theater, a popular entertainment venue in Falls Church, Va. – but not at a show. I attended the third (and final) Blog Potomac “unconference,” a congregation of social media marketing enthusiasts from the ...

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