Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Slogging is the new black

Well, like most good New Years resolutions, one that I've been slowly getting around to is trying to get a few more posts on here. While I've stated that I'm retired from blogging, you all saw through that as my excuse for not being more diligent in posting. It'll probably be more like slogging (slow blogging) . Not sure I'll ever get on Twitter, I doubt most of you care what I had for lunch today, what the weather is like here in LA (if you're unsure, it's a good guess that it's 75 and sunny), or what I did over the weekend. Don't get me wrong, it's a great tool, but I'll have a hard enough time getting a post up here with any kind of regularity.

Unlike the past, the posts you'll see from me won't go into great depths about what we're doing at the firm. Otherwise if I told you, I'd have to... well you get the idea. All kidding aside, I think we are on the cusp of a fundamental shift between what KM has been traditionally focused on and where we are headed. I'll save that rant for a separate post.

Mostly, it will be much more boring thoughts and observations about the legal industry and general thoughts about how KM ties into all of it. To the extent that I hitchhike my way to a conference, I'll try and report back on what's discussed, as I realize many of us have uber-tight travel budgets these days.

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