Twitter Round-Up January 7, 2017

Twitter Round-up:  A glimpse of notable comments, ideas, links, and articles.  Topics relate to:  law/legal practice, digital, analytics, social media for lawyers, ethics, innovation, SEO, business development, marketing, and the future of law.

BELOW:  Building the 21st century law firm · Where is your business on the digital spectrum? · Consumers optimistic about the IoT · Leverage courtroom skills for negotiation strategy · Kickstart the year with 5 sales tactics · New tech: 3-screen laptop

 Winning design from Zaha Hadid architects for the Nuragic and Contemporary Art Museum in Cagliari, Italy.

Winning design from Zaha Hadid architects for the Nuragic and Contemporary Art Museum in Cagliari, Italy.

Building the 21st-Century Law Firm ~ @ABAJournal  Will law firms of the 21st Century reside in beautiful buildings...or buildings at all?  21st-century options—virtual law, online practice management, cybersecurity, social media, new-client intake, digital devices, and more will impact law in the 21st century -- how might it change law practice?


@DanielNewmanUV is a co-founder of Futurum.xyz, which focuses on research, analysis, and insights related to the shifting sands of technology.


Bain & Co tweeted about consumer optimism and the "Internet of Things" (IoT) - tech that is producing greater efficiencies as well as leaps forward in healthcare and other industries. (See below.)

Leverage Trial Skills to Improve Negotiating Strategy ~ @JDSupra

Sales Acumen or Sales Noise? 5 Tips ~ @iannarino  You may abhor the "sales" word like many attorneys have -- and you do so at your peril.  This year, embrace these tips for a great start.

A Laptop with Three Screens - Because...Why Not? ~ @keithweed  CES, the annual grand tech show, kicks off soon.  Here's a fun laptop tweeted by Unilever's CMO Keith Weed.


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