Posted by: johnocunningham | January 18, 2016

Best Blogs of December: Law, Technology and 10 Productive Projects

This is my 37th post in a series of monthly features that I have dubbed “Best of My Blog Roll.” The concept is simple – at the end of a month I peruse my own blog roll (see that column on the right) for material created by other bloggers that I think is most worthy of sharing with others, and then I report on it here.

Reviewing the month of December 2015, I have chosen to highlight the following blog posts:

  1. A post by Gerry Riskin on his “Amazing Firms, Amazing Practices” blog, entitled, “Your Near-Future Legal Assistant, the Robot,” which provides some recent tech conference quotes about law-specific artificial intelligence platforms, such as adaptations of IBM’s Watson.
  2. A post by Michael D. Short on the LawVision INSIGHTS blog, entitled, “Ten Projects that Can Produce Big Results in 2016,” which offers up 10 practical and executable concepts for boosting revenue, profitability and/or client satisfaction.
  3. A post by Michael Fleischner on the Clockwork Design blog about “Keeping WordPress and Plug-ins Updated,” which provides helpful tips on keeping your WordPress sites updated for great functionality and security.

I also liked a year-end “greatest hits” post by the popular blogger, Cordell Parvin, who offered up links to his 10 most viewed posts of 2015, covering topics such as business plans, client development and service. Cordell offers up all kinds of popular posts, from the practical to the inspirational in his post entitled, “My Top 10 Most Viewed Posts of 2015.”




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