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As the Twitter status site notes today on Saturday 26 February 2011, “Currently experiencing elevated error rates — You may experience some problems loading twitter.com and with Twitter clients. We are aware of the problem and are taking action.”
This is rather annoying as I no longer have my favourite place to vent my service complaints. I’m thus turning to the blawg, linkedin and quora instead. Anyone else in the same boat?
Below are my top 10 twitter tips for law firms and solicitors looking to get the most from twitter. There are many more detailed tips that could be shared, but for the firms and lawyers starting out or looking to improve their social media presence and capabilities to expand their professional network and develop more business, these should be an ideal starting point which should hopefully a love-love relationship with the social media world.
WardblawG’s twitter account made an appearance on Channel 4 on Saturday night, 12 February 2011.
Channel 4’s approach to social media is to be welcomed, encouraging use throughout the UK of both Twitter and Facebook to contribute to prime-time tv programmes. With tweeting becoming enabled from the UK courts, with certain important exceptions, we are slowly venturing into a golden age for social media, web 2.0 and law 2.0.
Last month, we were mentioned in the Journal of the Law Society of Scotland by Iain Nisbet of Govan Law Centre, who himself runs a Scots law blawg at http://absolvitor.com/. Given that this website was created only in June 2010, this is to be considered a great achievement at what is still just the beginning of this blawg’s journey through the blawgosphere, alongside the other 10 great Scots blawggers mentioned and the blawgging world as a whole. The extract from the Journal Online is as follows:-
When I was a law student at the University of Glasgow, the professor who taught delict used to present a rather humerous slideshow during a five minute break in the middle of some lectures. As I believe comic relief is important with blogging, blawgging and life itself, I thought it would be pertinent to bring to your attention a couple of interesting stories I found from my adventures to some of the criminal blawgs of the United States.