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Tech Alert: Smartphones, Smart Watches and Beyond

Kennedy Mighell Podcast

‘Tis the season for new technology. Starting with smart phones, we have the two new iPhones, the Nokia Lumia, and the Google Moto X. In only the start of the season, there are more announcements, including new smart watches and tablets, in the works. On this edition of The Kennedy-Mighell Report, Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell will review some of the newly released technology, talk ...

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Dine Law’s Favorite Things

On September 9th, 105 days before Christmas, K-mart ran the first holiday commercial of the 2013 holiday season advertising its layaway program. That got us thinking and our hamsters mounted the wheel to bring you this post touting some of Dine Law’s* favorite technological things! We’ve put together a short list of six technologies that keep us motivated and engaged. ...

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Oh, Snap! Video Made Simple

As an addendum to last month’s blog about videos, I am very pleased to share with you my most recent technological discovery…the Vsnap. I’ve devoted some time to researching the easiest and best options for filming and editing videos for online distribution. Frankly, shooting long videos and editing them can be a time-consuming process. That doesn’t even take into account ...

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Legal Ethics and Social Media

Lawyers are adopting social media at an increasing rate, but many lawyers are unaware of the potential ethical pitfalls of participating on social media platforms – even those geared toward professional, as opposed to social interaction (such as LinkedIn). All lawyers should be familiar with the ethical rules in their jurisdiction, including rules as they relate to advertising, solicitation, and ...

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A Little Knowledge Goes a Long Way in Protecting Your Online Accounts

Hardly a day goes by without hearing about someone getting an online account “hacked.” Understanding how this type of “hacking” occurs in most situations will go a long way toward helping you protect your online accounts. Even though hacking or “cracking” is spoken of in magical or even mystical tones – computer wizards targeting you with silent and invisible attacks ...

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Mobile Security: Quick Security Tip

Your mobile devices contain a lot of valuable information, but you may not realize the extent of this value until your phone or tablet is either stolen or lost. Consider these tips and strategies for thinking about how to secure your mobile devices before it is too late. This video is part of a 5 video series from the Legal ...

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The New and Much Improved Facebook Page Insights

If you have a Facebook page for your law firm, you may have noticed the option to try out Facebook’s new page insights. Although the insights feature was always available, the improved version provides much more information and data. So, what’s new? External Referrers Under the “Page Visits” tab, you will see a section titled “External Referrers.” This part is ...

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Avoiding Scams: Quick Security Tip

Scams are not always as obvious as we may think, especially when they come in the form of emails or messages from friends and colleagues. Do you know how to spot scams and stop them from escalating? Use these quick tips to save yourself, your clients, and your firm from these security threats. This video is part of a 5 ...

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Book preview: “Worldox in One Hour for Lawyers”

Worldox fans rejoice: LPM will publish Worldox in One Hour for Lawyers by document-management expert John Heckman in late 2013. In a recent blog post, Heckman offered a sneak preview of the contents of the book.  He writes: Lessons cover Worldox basics (saving documents, version control, searching for documents, email integration, dealing with your old or legacy documents), as well ...

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Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That

Dine Law, P.L. is a small law firm providing Elder Law services in Manatee & Sarasota Counties, and in October 2012, the members of the firm embarked on quite a journey together as we moved our entire practice (server, telephones, time-keeping and document management systems) into the cloud. Bios for each member of the firm can be found here, but ...

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