In today's world, you may wonder if technology helps or hurts in courtroom cases. Unfortunately, the answer to that inquiry is complicated. Depending on very specific contextual clues, it almost always ends up being answered as "it depends." There are different kinds of technology that you can use either to your advantage or the disadvantage of the people on the other side of the courtroom. Then there is the matter of the jury understanding the technology available, and then further how well the judges and lawyers present the data behind technological use. Think of a few situations where the level of technology makes a difference
A pretty significant shift has occurred in the legal industry over the last 20 years. Whereas almost all leads were once generated offline in a face-to-face manner, a large percentage of today’s clients are procured over the web. And if you want your law firm to have any consistent success with online lead generation, you need a website that’s up to the task. 5 Highly Effective Web Design Tips There are a number of elements that go into making a website successful. But if you really want to impress prospective clients and get a chance to retain them, you need a well-designed site that’s sleek,
Content marketing is an area that demands input from multiple people. Depending on the size of your organization, you’ll likely have multiple creators, you’ll have strategists whose goals are to come up with the best direction and ideas, and you’ll have analysts dedicated to measuring results. Your success depends on these people being able to collaborate with each other, freely and efficiently, to exchange ideas, stay up-to-date, and ultimately, produce the best results. Many software platforms and other technologies offer convenient ways to enable better collaboration—but if you want to get the most out of them, you’ll need to put them to use creatively. Top
On this episode of This Week in Startups, host Jason Calacanis (@jason), spoke with Emily Kirsch, co-founder & CEO of Powerhouse, an accelerator serving solar startups. I was mesmerized throughout the entire conversation which covered the steadily decreasing costs of solar, relevant government policies & subsidies, panel leasing vs ownership, and more.
This Cool Site of the Day (for 12/10) is AltaAeros Energies (#altaeroswind), a kickass awesome way to harness big wind power in a mobile, low power way. The Altaeros Buoyant Airborne Turbine (BAT; pictured above) leverages aerospace technology to lift a wind turbine into the winds beyond the reach of traditional towers (amazing). The completely automated, rapidly deployable system can safely and effectively bring wind power to remote sites that use expensive fossil fuel electricity today. Love it! Vote for it here and give it a 'thumbs up' above.
Today's Cool Site of the Day is #GreenCarReports Sure, gas prices are going down but you know that trend is temporary. Also, the air, baby. The air. See and vote for today’s site here (on the day of this post) and give it a ‘thumbs up’ on Cool Site of the Day. Add this page to your ‘statistics' related bookmarks…and, of course, SHARE THIS POST (and/or email)! To find all previous cool sites since 1994, visit our archive.
Today's Cool Site of the Day is the #X campaign by #ItCanWait. Txt #X to let your friends know you’re about to drive and can’t respond until you arrive. In other words, TELL THE WORLD THAT TEXTING AND DRIVING IS NOT A PART OF YOUR LIFE!! Add this page to your ‘BEST OF THE WEB’ related bookmarks. And see and vote for today’s site here (on the day of this post) and give it a ‘thumbs up’ above…and, of course, SHARE THIS POST (links below)! To find all previous cool sites since 1994, visit our archive.