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Video Tour Diary Day 2: Flying Solo, Tattooing Yale & Clam Pizza

By Molly McDonough

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Phew, we made it through Day Two.

Phew, we made it through Day Two. The number one lesson: there are limits to free social media. Turns out that relying on YouTube and our live streaming for daily broadcast sharing was more frustrating than we expected.

But we persevered and kept with the program. Our first stop was with Rebel Susan Cartier Liebel, founder of Solo Practice University. We invited our readers to participate in her interview by suggesting questions and concerns they have about hanging out their own shingles. Liebel took on five reader queries.

While we waited for Liebel’s video to be edited and uploaded, two members of the crew headed to New Haven for a little guerrilla marketing on the Yale Law campus. We plastered the bulletin boards with our exclusive Legal Rebels temporary tattoos for the students to use. We were back again later that night for some famous Pepe’s Pizza. The RoadFood.com review was dead on. Superb eats.

For more behind-the-scenes info, check out the daily video tour diary:

And here’s our poppy photo-music mashup of the day:

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