Hi Friends, There has been a lot of talk about blogs and RSS and ATOM feeds the last few weeks/months/years (mostly by Kevin O’Keefe at LexBlog and (My) Yahoo! 🙂 Justia is focused on RSS and ATOM as well, and set up the Justia Web site development system to incorporate RSS or ATOM feeds from [...]

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Yesterday, Google released two new services for mobile phone and wireless device users: Google Local and Google SMS Driving Directions. Google first released Google Local last year to enable users to find relevant local information with neighborhood business listings, maps, directions, and useful web pages. Now, Google has extended this service to XHTML-enabled mobile phones, [...]

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Google Labs offers Google Suggest, one of the latest flavors of the popular Google search engine. This version pretty much looks and works like the regular Google with which everyone is familiar. However, the twist in this version is that as you type in your search terms, Google displays a list of potential keyword matches [...]

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Last month, Lee Rainie, Project Director of the Pew Internet & American Life Project, delivered a presentation [pdf] on the results from the latest Pew survey on internet usage in the United States. The survey data may provide some interesting insights for attorneys who are seeking to tailor their marketing strategies towards the growing online [...]

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Hi Friends, craigslist… sure you are thinking that this is where you post jobs, buy used furniture or read personals (at least according to my friends 🙂 But did you know you can also post and present the legal services you offer on CraigsList… for Free! (at least for now). Posting on craigslist works great [...]

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Hi Friends, Well like everyone else, I have decided to take a flight around the USA with Google Maps and post some pictures. But first check out Paul Rademacher’s combination of Google Maps with Craig’s List Apartment Rental Listings. Now on to the photos…. Wrigley Field in Chicago The Bellagio and Bellagio Fountains in Las [...]

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Hi Friends, Google added satellite images to their Google Maps. Now you can see where you are going from above, anywhere from a Space Shuttle View to a Helicopter view. Personally I find the Amazon A9 street view more useful, but the space-sky view is pretty neat. All of this work is about getting into [...]

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Hi Friends, GMail turned 1 today. Google increased GMail’s storage immediately to 1.5GB (for my accounts at least), with plans to increase to 2GB (as stated on CNET and others) and then… Infinity + 1GB (or at least… more). In any case Google has again pulled ahead of Yahoo! in the “we offer more free [...]

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Hi Friends, Yahoo! has released a Creative Commons Web search cut of their Web search that limits itself to content that has a Creative Commons license (they basically filter their results by looking for the license codes on the indexed Web pages). This Yahoo! Creative Commons Web search is in addition to the original beta [...]

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