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Author Archives: Keith Lee

I run this joint. I like to write, talk, and think about law, professional development, technology, and whatever else floats my boat. I practice law in Birmingham, AL.

Lessons from the Great Conversation – Cicero Part II

And yet he often desired his friends not to call him orator, but philosopher, because he had made philosophy his business, and had only used rhetoric as an instrument for attaining his objects in public life. But the desire of glory has great ...

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Express Gratitude and Reap the Rewards

Entry-Level Rebel recently had a post titled 3 Ways to End Your Week on a Positive Note. The recommendations are as follows: Express gratitude for those that went out of their way to help you this week. Note your three ...

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Answer: No.

Will social media kill e-mail? This posts mirrors what has always been my impression of people who think social media/twitter/FB are going to replace e-mail based upon the trending use of the sub-twenty-something set  – they don’t know what they’re ...

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Lessons from the Great Conversation

“But the greatest credit which Drusus got for kindness and justice towards the people was, that he never seemed to propose any law for his own advantage; he committed the charge of seeing the colonies rightly settled to other commissioners…” ...

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The Irrelevance of the Traditional Media

Zero Hedge recently had an entry on the complete irrelevance of traditional media in the modern world. I’m not certain if traditional/mainstream media is completely irrelevant (I love The Economist), however there are increasingly larger cracks in the establishment. However, the ...

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