Monthly Archives: April 2012

Bogus solicitors

Reblogges  Reblogged from the Solicitors Regulation Authority It is a criminal offence for someone to call themselves a solicitor or act as a solicitor if they are not on the roll of solicitors. We call these people “bogus solicitors” and we may prosecute … Continue reading

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Consumers warned over deregulation of legal services

repressed from the Guardian guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 6 April 2011 author Jill Insley Legal ombudsman says consumers must take greater care when choosing a legal practitioner following market reforms in October. Adam Sampson says the ombudsman has received 40,000 complaints in six months. … Continue reading

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How to use Facebook Timeline without reworking your brand strategy

reblogged  from Mashable.com,  author Joe Chernov 16.04.12 Within days of Facebook’s official launch of Timeline for brands, social strategists and brand marketers turned their Facebook strategies upside down and came up with a flurry of ways to attract more fans. Consumer brands like … Continue reading

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The 9 Commandments of Innovation

Reblogged from Forbes whose contributor and author is Ricardo Gromel. The new corporate mantra is Innovate or Die. Following these 9 commandments will help you staying alive. Teachings mostly from myths like Steve Jobs, Henry Ford, Akito Morita, Roberto Goizueta, Thomas Edison and Guy Kawazaki. … Continue reading

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Embracing What’s Wrong to Get to What’s Right

reblogged from the Harvard Business Review, author Tony Schwartz It was a tense meeting. I’d gathered our whole team to talk about the fact that we were under very high demand, and people seemed to be fraying at the edges. … Continue reading

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Study: Those Social Media Logos On TV Actually Work

by Frederic Lardinois and reblogged from his post 16.04.12 on Techcrunch.com FREDERIC LARDINOIS There is hardly a program or ad on TV these days that doesn’t ask its viewers to like its Facebook page or tweet about it. According to a new survey by … Continue reading

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Must See Solar Flare Video

reblogged from Wired Science created by Adam Mann 16.4.12 An incredibly stunning solar flare erupted from the sun’s surface, throwing charged particles and searing plasma millions of miles out into space on Apr. 16. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory captured data from the … Continue reading

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Bobbing for Antitrust Apples: E-book Price Fixing Challenge

re-blogged from IPWatchdog Written by Beth Hutchens Hutchens Law Office, PLLC and Jay Devoy Randazza Legal Group With the advent of new digital items and applications that did not exist even five years ago, it is not surprising that the FTC and … Continue reading

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Post the Centenary – a lighter observation on the Titanic film in 3D

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The shortfalls of the National Audit Office report on mobile technology in policing

Reblogged from @multizone According to the National Audit Office report released at the end of January 2012, while in many police forces mobile devices enable officers to spend more time out of their stations, cash savings have been limited and … Continue reading

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