Posted Apr 29, 2013 04:38 pm CDT
We previously shared with you a few of our favorite sites from the always crowd-pleasing session “60 Sites in 60 Minutes” at ABA Techshow. Below we’ve got a few more from the session’s speakers Britt Lorish, Eric Mazzone, Lincoln Mead and Mark Rosch.
Let us know in the comments favorite websites you’d share with your fellow counselors.
More favorite websites for lawyers include:
• Appery.io: A cloud-based platform that allows users to easily build simple or complex mobile phone applications. Does your firm have its own app?
• Byliner: In an era dominated by tweets and brief status updates, this site is a great place to find long-firm journalism, fiction and non-fiction stories by new and established authors.
• Techmeme: This site links readers to technology stories from all around the Web and keeps track of who is hiring in the tech industry.
• Padlet: This site gives users a white canvas to collaborate with others on the fly by allowing them to drag and drop video, audio, text and graphics onto a blank personal webpage. A free, cheap and easy way to create a private notepad for lawyers and clients.
• Coursera: A place to take some of the world’s best courses online, for free.
• KissFlow: This site keeps workflow seamless through its document and process automation platform for Google apps.
• Trendsmap: Provides real-time mapping of Twitter trends across the world.
• Disconnect2: This pay-what-you-want service allows users to see who is sharing their search histories and block unwanted data-tracking.
• Justia: Provides users with free case law, codes, regulations, legal articles and legal blog and twittterer databases, as well as additional community resources from the U.S. and Latin America.
• The Email Game: This site shows users how quickly they’re able to tackle email tasks and helps to manage time.
• Otixo: Access all of your digital data and information in silos across the Internet on a single platform.
• GetApp: Helps users to search and compare cloud-based business apps; They even have a tag for free web-based applications.
• WonderHowTo: Create, pontificate and receive mad kudos for sharing your skills and tech tips on the web. This website provides how-to tutorials for nearly every task imaginable.
ABAJournal.com: “Websites lawyers love (and you will too)”
ABA Journal: “The Mobile Lawyer”