Real time search came to Google yesterday. Twitter results are now streamed into the top of search results pages so that you can see what people are saying about the subject searched in real time.

Lawyers should not view this as gimmick. Imagine being able to get lawyers’ and business peoples’ reactions to cases, news

Everything I’ve learned about blogging and social media, I’ve learned by reading, talking with people, attending conferences, and, of course, trial and error.

The lions share of my learning has come from reading lots of blogs. Blogs I subscribe to in an RSS reader where I can browse headlines by folders I set up by

Speaking with lawyers around the country, I’m always asked ‘What’s the next big thing?’ Like the legal profession has mastered the social media tools that we already have.

My answer is we have enough to handle. Blogs, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and more. The key now is for lawyers to assimilate these tools into how we

Donna Fenn’s new book, ‘Upstarts!: How GenY Entrepreneurs are Rocking the World of Business and 8 Ways You Can Profit from Their Success,’ highlights the success of 150 CEO’s born after 1975.

If you haven’t looked, business leaders are getting younger and younger. Their upstart businesses are leading the American economic recovery hiring

Marketing and media strategist, Kneale Mann, rightly points out social media is a business, not something law firms or other business can dabble in and expect results.

Mann describes what I see in many a lawyer or other law firm professional.

So you’ve been dabbling in social media. You have a Facebook profile with