Insert a “widget” in your blog or website to feature your picks for your readers
Find the del.icio.us collection of someone with your own interests and subscribe (RSS again!) to see what they are tagging
Archived bookmarks - searchable Search by keyword Filter by topic, if desired Find the user's picks useful? Consider subscribing (RSS again!)
Archived bookmarks - searchable Wasn't there an article about Coke advertising in SL?
Use bookmarks as content elsewhere Latest news – automatically updated whenever I bookmark a site in furl.net Combining content from different Web 2.0 sources is sometimes called a “mash-up”
Use bookmarks as content elsewhere Same info “recycled” on the SL BA network – double duty! Info can be automatically reformatted to fit in with new page
Wikis and collaborative projects
Wikis: not just Wikipedia!
Create your own (public or private) and invite editors to collaborate with you.
Use for collecting case info among several people; easily-updated procedures manual; project planning; more
Writeboard, Google Docs, mind or concept mapping, more
This is a wiki
And so is this Wetpaint wiki – free, hosted at wetpaint.com
And this pbwiki wiki – “easy as a pb&j sandwich”
Writeboard and other document editors Google Docs is common – you may have used a Google Docs spreadsheet to sign up for today's class!
Collaborative concept mapping Use to brainstorm components of a project, topics for strategic plan, evidence for elements of a cause of action....
MySpace – high school
Facebook – college, young adults
LinkedIn – professional networking
Ning – private networks anyone can create
Martindale – new networking site aimed just at lawyers
LinkedIn: Connections, groups, more I can't ever remember to visit and check my updates. Solution: RSS feed!
Social Networks for investigation
“ firm partner Joan Malbrough said she helped secure shared custody for a client after finding his wife had posted sexually explicit comments on her boyfriend's MySpace page.” “Finding Treasures for Cases on Facebook” The National Law Journal, 10-15-07
Ming the Mechanic: Web2.0 (discussion of definitions) http://tinyurl.com/6c7lfe
“ Web 2.0 for Lawyers” Beyond Structured Settlements (blog) http://tinyurl.com/58jcln
The Machine is Us/ing Us Dr. Michael Wesch, Kansas State U. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLlGopyXT_g