WordPress blogs solve problems of peer review expert publications

peer review blogs

Whether it’s science, medicine, law, or technology, publishing is by and large a peer review model controlled by large publishers and organizations. With the Internet and WordPress democratizing publishing, why can’t we have an open publishing system driven by blogs? It would benefit experts and society at large. From technology executive, Daniel Marovitz (@marovdan), in … Continue Reading

Facebook appears to be expanding search

Facebook for lawyers

Facebook is testing an expansion of its search feature, per TechCrunch’s Sarah Perez (@saraintampa). Facebook is enabling mobile users to search via keyword for old posts by friends, as well as content from pages they followed. The feature is only available to a small number of users for now. Called “Graph Search,” the feature was … Continue Reading

Will Twitter redesign entice more lawyers to join?

Twitter redesign

As reported Friday evening by the Wall Street Journal’s Yoree Koh (@YoreeKoh), Twitter, in the hope that more users will sign up and stick around, has redesigned its signup process. The redesign includes a number of new features. Christian Ostlien (@christianism), in product management at Twitter, tweeted that the redesign, in the works for months, … Continue Reading

Google authorship eliminated

Google authorship eliminated

In a post by John Mueller (@JohnMu) a Webmaster Trends Analyst at Google, Google announced it was eliminating Google Authorship. If you have any doubt about Authorship being eliminated in entirety, read the discussion in the comments to Mueller’s post. Google Authorship enabled blog authors to connect the blog posts they published to their Google+ … Continue Reading

Facebook eliminating the junk in your News Feed

Facebook timeline

As reported by multiple sources this week, including Reed Albergotti (@WSJdigits) of the Wall Steer Journal, Facebook is cracking down on click bait. All too lawyers and other professionals I speak with complain about all the junk they see on Facebook. Part of the reason is that they don’t use it enough to help Facebook … Continue Reading

Top 10 in Law Blogs taking a short break


As I am out this week, traveling across Montana for a bit of an end-of-summer vacation, the Top 10 in Law Blogs will be on a short hiatus. We will return to our regularly scheduled programming on Tuesday, September 2nd. In the meantime, LXBN will still be running so be sure to swing over there … Continue Reading