On Thursday, September 23, 2010 I was pleased to be interviewed by Lance Godard of @22twts. 22twts interviews practicing lawyers over Twitter.
The transcript of the interview can be found here.
Thanks again, Lance, for the opportunity.
I’m not organizing it, per se, but I promised Ed (pictured below with his towel), to post information about the Tweetup/Blogger Meetup on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010.
May 25th is Towel Day every year, in honor of Douglas Adams, so please bring your towels to:
Aria Bar, at the Fairmont Chicago hotel
200 North Columbus Drive
Chicago, IL 60601
We start at 6 PM.
Hosts are @blawgreview and @insidecounsel. More information on the meetup is here. The hope is that some people attending the SuperConference will like to stop down and meet some of the best legal minds. And, we get to be social with social media!
Those who have indicated they are coming are:
@adriandayton – Adrian Dayton
@amyderby – Amy Derby
@Chris_McGeehan – Chris McGeehan
@CW_Schneider – Chris Schneider
@cyberlaw – Kevin Thompson (that’s me!)
@dgulbran – Dave! Gulbransen
@econwriter5 – Gwynne Monahan
@internetcases – Evan Brown
@JeremyKissel – Jeremy Kissel
@Kashhill – Kashmir Hill
@Molly_McDonough – Molly McDonough
@pzura – Peter Zura
@rdd – R. David Donoghue
@scottgreenfield – Scott Greenfield
@windypundit – Windy Pundit – Mark Draughn
If you are coming, and are not on this list, please direct message or @reply me on Twitter.
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