Lately, I’ve been writing a lot for other entities. (I know, I know. This is sort of lame; but, hey, I’m only one man . . . I can only write so much. However, I can promise that I will get up some more original-to-the-LOMAP Blog
-content for the late Summer and into the Fall. A major writing project has ended, and I am in the process of streamlining my obligations. . . . Hey, that’s a good name for a boat, ‘Streamlining My Obligations’. Now, I just need to buy a boat
.) I wrote for the American Bar Association
’s ‘Law Practice Today
’ ezine two months in a row, in fact. (How come? I’m just a special kind of cat
, that’s how come.) The second of my two articles was about using Twitter
for professional and client development. It seemed to generate a decent amount of traction; so, for those of you who missed it the first time, or there
, here it is
. (Man, I’ve been writing a lot about Twitter lately. Would anyone like to buy my account
before I burn out?)
Thanks to Tom Shumate
for recruiting me for this project.
. . .
Indeed, the rumours
. Part of
my renewed commitment to bring back original content to the LOMAP Blog is wrapped up in the triumphant return of ‘Liner Notes’, because I don’t just know law practice management. I like Miley Cyrus
, as well. I even have a Hannah Montana t-shirt
that my wife won’t let me wear outside the house.
This week’s entry comes from friend of the LOMAP program, Alan Klevan
, who tells me he has been listening to a lot of ‘Spock’s Beard
’ lately. He asked me to listen to a song called ‘At the End of the Day
’, which was okay . . . and 16 minutes long (not quite
as long as Poco
’s ‘Nobody’s Fool/El Tonto De Nadie, Regresa
’, though). These guys strike me as a poor man’s Genesis
, complete with the drummer-becomes
-lead singer-storyline. Though, there is sort of a spirited Rush vibe
here, as well; and, we know how some people
feel about Neil Peart
, like Jack Black
. It will be a judgment call as to whether you like Spock’s Beard better than Spock’s beard
; but, perhaps if Alan deigns to comment below, he can set me straight as to why Spock’s Beard is most awesome. Admittedly, I’ve only listed to one song . . . while I was folding laundry.