First posted on August 6, 2012 by
Proposed Changes to ABA Ethics Rules
First posted on April 18, 2012 by
Call-to-action Optimization for Inducing Spontaneous Responses from Visitors
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A website, no matter how beautiful and creative it may seem to you, is of no use if there are
coming over it. You need to have something captivating, a different element than the other designs that are taking away the spotlight importance from your brand.
Making Your Web Design Imperative:
You need to build up a
to go on your page, if you want to bring in more attention and more interest of the users. Website designer ...
First posted on March 26, 2012 by
Why Your Firm Should Conduct Competitor Intelligence NOW
Competitor intelligence (CI) is the monitoring of your potential customers, competitors, marketplace and the economy in an effort to devise intelligent business decisions and marketing strategies.
is more concerned with is
doing the right thing
, rather than
doing the thing right
. That subtle difference is what makes CI so important.
What competitive intelligence is
is spying, illegal activities or corporate espionage.
A Fortune 500 survey found
55 p ...
First posted on March 19, 2012 by
Your Facebook Account – You Can’t Take it With You
No one wants to think about their inevitable demise. We all hope it's a long time from now. The digital technology era is highlighting new issues regarding life and death, such as,
what happens to my social media accounts after I die?
Lawmakers and attorneys from Oregon and Nebraska are considering proposals that would allow family member access to their dead loved one’s accounts. Oklahoma has already passed a law making a Facebook account part of the
This issue is ...
First posted on February 23, 2012 by
White House Proposes "Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights"
The White House has introduced a new proposal relating to consumer privacy rights on the internet. The
“Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights”
was proposed to give consumers more control over how their personal data is used and as a way for businesses to rebuild trust with their customers.
The proposal would require companies to develop policies based on six areas of online data management.
Security policies should be easily understood by consumers.
Respect for Context:
First posted on February 22, 2012 by
Could California's Red Light Cameras Be Put On Hold?
A case out of the California 2nd District Court of Appeals, People v. Borzakian, had the appellant, Annette Borzakian appeal her conviction for running a red light based on evidence from a
red light camera
and the testimony of a police officer.
Testifying at her original trial was a police officer who is trained in interpreting red light photos. The appellant’s argument is that she should be allowed to question a representative of the red light camera provider. The officer’s interpretat ...
First posted on December 14, 2011 by
The “Face Value” of Digital Ads
Digital ads are popping up everywhere – bus stops, gas stations, and your local shopping mall. While you stand there checking out the ad, what you may not know is that some are also
checking you out
New digital ads from Intel use facial detection cameras with specialized software to
determine a consumer’s age and gender
, and then displays an ad tailored to that demographic. A young woman may be shown a cosmetics ad while an older man could be shown an ad for a high-end car.
First posted on December 7, 2011 by
Congress Attacks Internet Freedom: SOPA and PIPA
What do Democratic Senator from Vermont
and Republican Representative from Texas
have in common (besides being politicians)? Both are championing bills expanding the U.S. government and copyright holder’s powers to fight online trafficking of copyrighted material and to
curb access to websites
which infringe on copyrighted material or counterfeit good, especially those outside the U.S.
Both bills have wide bi-partisan support. The main supporter of both bills is the ...
First posted on November 3, 2011 by
Google Announces Fresher Search Results
Google announced today that they have made a
to their ranking system which will impact roughly
35 percent of searches
and will better determine when to give more up-to-date results based on various degrees of freshness. Depending on which search terms you use, this new
will figure out if the most
relevant recent results
are from an hour, day or week ago. Information today may be irrelevant tomorrow.
This update to Google’s search algor ...
First posted on March 3, 2011 by
Anonymous Posting Your Days May Be Numbered: Court Rules Newspaper Must Hand Over Identities of Anonymous Posters
In court rulings by an
Indiana Superior Court
, the operators of the websites for The Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis Business Journal and WRTV were ordered to turn over information that could be used to
identify people who posted as anonymous commentators
involved in a local defamation case.
This case is not dissimilar to a growing number of similar situations throughout the country where the courts are demanding that media outlets provide internet protocol addresses for commenters that post ...