Blawg Review #140, and a Roundup of Other Holiday Deals
With Christmas over, bargains abound -- not just in conventional retail stores, but also in that great marketplace of ideas, the blogosphere. So for those of you shopping around for new ideas or inspiration as the year winds down, here's a roundup of some of the best deals that the blogosphere has to offer:
In the spirit of The Twelve Days of Christmas, Blawg Review #140, hosted by Jonathan Frieden at E-commerce Law gifts links to twelve great blog posts, plus another handful of stocking stuffers.
For the fourth straight year, Dennis Kennedy continues his annual Blawggies Award tradition, bestowing honors on the best law-related blogs of 2007, and sharing the results with readers.
When it comes to achieving a successful legal career, emotional intelligence (EI) matters more than credentials, pedigree or a high-powered network, writes Jane Genova at Law and More. And for those of us for whom EI isn't a natural gift, Genova gives us the gift of her e-book, Emotional Intelligence: Wisdom from the Jersey Girl for on the job, our own businesses and more.
If it's online exposure or recognition that you desire, Bob Ambrogi's article, To Get Noticed, Blow Your Horn is just the ticket. Ambrogi identifies a bunch of Web sites launched in recent months, such as JD Supra, docstoc and Tractis (see also, my earlier post), all of which help lawyers get noticed, keep informed, manage contracts and get research help.
Susan Cartier Liebel is giving the gift of her expertise as the grand prize in her So You Want to Fly Solo contest, still running full throttle at her site, How to Build A Solo Practice, LLC.
If you come across any other online holiday bargains, or want to let us know about a gift that you're offering readers, please leave a comment below or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Carolyn Elefant on December 26, 2007 at 02:01 PM | Permalink
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