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One personality flaw I haven't been able to shake is inexplainable optimism that a new version of a frequently used program will solve all my problems, and actually be an improvement on the old version. I've been disappointed so many...One personality flaw I haven't been able to shake is...
Join me as we examine the nuts and bolts of SharePoint lists, and the many ways you can use them to manage and publish your content. Click here for more information.Thursday, February 11, 2010, from Noon to 1:00 PM Central...Join me as we examine the nuts and bolts of SharePoint lists, and...
Here's a follow-up on my last post. Amazon is selling PLI books for the Kindle according to the "Amazon's Kindle to Sell Law Books", Wall Street Journal, July 1, 2009) In that article, Andrew Frank from Gartner is quoted:"There are...Here's a follow-up on my last post. Amazon is selling PLI...
I must confess, I always cringe a little when I hear librarians say that though libraries are shrinking, law firms will always have a core collection of hard copy books. I understand the sentiment and believe it accurately reflects today's environment. ...
"Law Offices have been at the forefront of the Enterprise Search market." is the first sentence in an article about the evolution of enterprise search at the 450 attorney firm, Bracewell & Guilanai LLP -- Third Time a Charm for Law Firm, Network..."Law Offices have been at...
Imagining Web 2.0 in Your Organization:The Wonderful World of Wikis with Cindy Chick May 21st, 2009 12:00 - 1:00 PM Central Time Wikis are easily the fastest way to create mini-web sites on the Intranet or Internet, making them a... Imagining Web 2.0 in Your Organization:The Wonderful...
Here's another difference between MOSS and WSS. MOSS does much nicer usage reporting. But either way, to answer another question that was posed at the webinar, there is site usage reporting available in SharePoint for your sites, blogs and/or wikis. That...Here's another...
One of the questions that came up during the Thinking Outside of the Blog webinar was "What is the difference between SharePoint WSS and MOSS?" That was one of the first questions I asked when I started working with SharePoint, and...One of the questions that came up during the...
Have you ever read Marie Wallace's article on LLRX called The Power of Post-Its? If you give presentations, and let's face it, at one time or another we all do, you should take a look at her method of brainstorming and organization....Have you ever read Marie Wallace's...
I'm excited to announce that I'll be the guest presenter at a webinar conducted by Nina Platt Consulting on May 7th, "Thinking Inside of the Blog." We'll talk about how to create and maintain a blog, and how to determine...I'm excited to announce that I'll be the guest presenter at a webinar...