After a weekend of spa and “serenity,” I’m certain my husband was expecting yogi wife to walk in the door last night. That’s not what he got. Reflecting on my behavior this morning, I was sorry. Of course I was sorry. I didn’t like who walked in the door any more than he did. But,

After reading Heather’s posting about trying to sell the benefits of reinventing a firm’s web site to embrace Web 2.0 technology, I imagined all of the law firms that might stick their neck out to champion such a move.

Then, I imagined all the ones here on Planet Earth.

Most lawyers I run into are

Maybe it’s a sign of maturing, but I don’t seem to hesitate to ask for help these days when I don’t know how to do something, or when I am overwhelmed. Some people might find that asking for help is a sign of weakness, or opens the door to criticism. I, however, have found it

Fellow Watercooler blogger, Russell Lawson, posted today on his other blog, progressive marketing, about Twitter. He’s imagining the “marketing use by a law firm of Twitter.”

That’s an interesting day dream, isn’t it?

You probably think that Twitter is for individuals, not businesses or brands. I’ve heard individuals report getting business leads or at

For what is too long of a story to tell here, my father does not have a picture of his mother. I realized earlier this year that I am partially to blame for that and I went on a mission to find a picture of this woman who has been dead for 30 years. I

Seth Grodin, marketing guru, recently posted the following thoughts:

It’s not something you think about very often, is it? (Not my tooth, your tooth).

When you have a toothache, on the other hand, it’s all you think about.This is a double-edged sword for dentists. On one hand, dentists have no trouble whatsoever getting business from