For the current generation of college graduates, consulting Google for romantic, travel or career advice may seem like second nature. Should you go to law school? Sure, you can discuss your plans with your parents,...

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Earlier this week, the New York Times reported on the use of digital photos by realtors on real estate websites: When selling properties online, agents and Web designers say that the pictures buyers see of...

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Blogs are fascinating windows into the personalities of their authors. Some carry matter-of-fact names, such as the Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog. No big mystery what will be discussed on that blog. And, not surprisingly,...

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This one surprised me a bit. I thought drunk driving would be the most popular search term, but DUI beats out both DWI and drunk driving. I didn’t realize how ingrained these acronyms were within...

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Today, former Apple evangelist Guy Kawasaki posted an interview with Chip and Dan Heath, authors of Made to Stick. I enjoy reading Guy’s blog because he writes in an engaging and easy-to-read style that most...

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How do you describe your practice areas on your law firm website or blog? One way would be to carryover the phrases your firm had successfully used in a magazine or yellow pages ad. When...

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Bob, the short-lived Microsoft assistant, has met his match. Windows Live, Microsoft’s search engine, now sports an edition anchored by Ms. Dewey. Bob, meet Ms. Dewey. Before you start optimizing your websites for Ms. Dewey,...

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