I tweeted this out earlier. I would love to get some reaction. I have never been a big user of OneNote but it seems like lawyers could (and should) be using it. This is particularly true as its level of integration with Outlook (and Word) increases. Let me know what you think.
Anyone using Microsoft OneNote for your legal practices? Comparisons to EverNote? I want to hear about your experience. Please share!
Let’s get a discussion going in the comments so that everyone can benefit. Or, if you have some links to articles or other publications, send them to me (via the contact form) and I will add them to the post so that everyone can benefit.
Admit it. At least once a week you go to Google or Bing and search for “Twitter Tips for Lawyers”. We all do it. And we all have our own tips. I recently elaborated on five of my more unique tips over at Avvo’s Lawyernomics Blog. The five tips include:
You can read why I think these tips are important over at the post: Twitter Tips for Lawyers. Have your own tips? Add them to the comments section and I will be sure to add them to my list and likely include them in a future post.