It's described as a "Professional Networking Site for the Legal Community and was developed by Twelfth Floor, LLC.
I was asked why all the buzz.
This networking is working both for marketing and the advancement of legal acumen. , the Leader in Vertical Professional Networking Sites. At least there's some legitimate legal vendors buying adds.
The ZIP drive was a classic, so I checked out their latest stuff too. Better approach is to look for the people already communicating via blogs.
The blog posting led to coverage in the National Review Online, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and The Associated Press.
Disclosing that the couple were part of a PR campaign would have diminished the blog some.
Lawbby's been up awhile and appears to be getting some traction.
'Blogging reaches a broader, more distributed audience, and provides a search-friendly, enduring archive of knowledge-oriented breadcrumbs.
Also got me to revisit the issue of social network sites exclusively for lawyers. Incrementals might be okay, but disaster recovery is going to take some time. So perhaps a cult is the right type of society.
Each new repository is something extra to administer, but this overhead also gives flexibility. Disclosing that the couple were part of a PR campaign would have diminished the blog some.
Its posts are circulated widely among corporate legal departments. The blog posting led to coverage in the National Review Online, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and The Associated Press.
So an owner in a small town or rural area isn't isolated; the Internet can function as a sort of virtual chamber of commerce, continuing education resource and business-to-business matchmaker. This interfaces nicely with the . Google's much more so.
They think that by building their own community they will have some level of control.
That's not a community, that's a cult. The newly engaged could subscribe to wedding blogs by other couples.
Disclosing that the couple were part of a PR campaign would have diminished the blog some.
Windows, Mac OS and Linux can all mount WebDAV filesystems. Better approach is to look for the people already communicating via blogs. They crawled into a shell waiting until the Internet discussion stoped so Edelman could go through the appropriate 'channels' to respond in a 'timely' fashion. Though still in beta, and that may be a stretch, he asked for my feedback.
Better approach is to look for the people already communicating via blogs.
Local newspapers could have picked up.
I could work it into a trip back East early next year.