The Links (Home Office Warrior)
Well usually Grant Griffiths hosts The Links, but Grant had offered up the option of someone else hosting it this week and I grabbed the opportunity – thanks Grant!!
It’s an Olympics week, and I’m Canadian, so the “links” pic above is of Chateau Whistler in BC, Whistler being the locale where part of the 2010 Olympic Games will be held.
And now, for the part you all have been waiting for, this week’s links to you simply must check out!
Posts from some of my favorite Canadians
Jordan Furlong from Law 21 says The Web Is Bigger Than You Think as he suggests that lawyers need to make changes in how they deliver their services (we suggest working from home!)
Quest for Four Pillars shares about his Last Will and Testament
Hull and Hull on their law blog feature a post about Cecil Rhodes – The Lion of Africa
Canadian Capitalist has a timely post on Saving Money on Textbooks
Great posts from all around the blogosphere
From Fresh Focus we have a post which gives us a neat-looking meeting planning tool.
From Sparkplug CEO we have 9 Blogs Gone Wrong – a fascinating look at the ever-changing world of blogging.
Inquistr has a great post concerning the growth of social network platforms – the prediction from Inquistr is that Ning is a strong contender (I just signed up for Ning myself this week and set up a small forum – very easy to do!!)
From Tina over at Home Office Warrior we have Virtual Road Warrior – a great example of how mobile you can be as a virtual assistant.
From Yellow Highlighter VA we have Are You Tweeting Yet?
Susan Cartier Liebel shares the new home page for Solo Practice University over at her blog.
WAHM 2.0 has a great post called I Need To Make More Money Now – about why virtual work still is WORK, not quick cash.
the Perlmutter & Schuelke Blog had a very interesting post on another way social networks are being used – you might be surprised!
You really should read the post and WATCH the slideshow from 43Folders on Time & Attention
A great post from Enterprise Nation – 3 reasons to have a home business
Greatest American Lawyer has a post about how RSS is Changing The Way Lawyers and Law Students Learn About the Law
And from my Twitter friends
From @lisasolomon is a post titled Scalia’s Remarks About Legal Writing
@alyssaavant shared a great post about an organizing method
Twitterer @CherylSmith999 was featured on an ABC segment on social networking and business – way to go!
@9ner suggests we check out his “answer” about how many megapixels your digital camera should have
If anyone who works from home is interested in hosting “The Links” sometime please get in touch with Grant via his blog or at twitter!
Laurie Mapp, Owner
Halo Secretarial Services
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