A good friend sent an interesting article to me today: Can Starbucks Really Offer ‘Value’ With a Straight Face?.
Yes. Starbucks can offer value.
A few days ago, I had a couple hours to kill while waiting for my client’s case at traffic court. I debated between Starbucks and McDonald’s.
I chose McDonald’s, thinking that I would save a little money. I went in, ordered a medium fountain drink and a sausage & egg biscuit. Total cost: $4.16. I enjoyed my snack, and I did …
Behold, the power of blogs!
Here’s the skinny: Leo, Mark, and Dan are all training for endurance events (marathons and triathlons). To help make a difference in the world, they’ve founded a nonprofit to aid humanitarian causes. They’re asking people to sponsor their training by donating to Train for Humanity. The funds will then be …
A week ago, I gave LexisNexis the biggest jerk award. Basically, they ticked me off with what I consider impolite link building strategies.
It took a little while, but LexisNexis responded. The Senior Director of Traffic & Alliances posted a blog comment.
Apparently the email that really ticked me off was sent by a contractor that Lexis hired. Lexis has taken steps to ensure that this type of email isn’t sent in the future.
I’m glad Lexis owned up to their mistake. That definitely improves their image …
I’ve been publishing Legal Andrew for over two years now. It’s time to expand.
Instead of just writing on the blog, I’m now sending legal and productivity tips via email. Woohoo!
You can quickly subscribe here or use the form directly below this post (or in the sidebar).
Why would you want these emails? I’m glad you asked.
Unique content – The email tips will provide completely unique content. It’s not just an email version of my blog’s RSS feed. You can’t get this content anywhere else.
Exclusive discounts …
This is a guest post by Tisha Kulak. If you would like to write a guest post, email me.
With the increase of natural disasters around the country, it is just as important to have your finances in order as it is to have an emergency evacuation plan and sufficient insurance. As part of any family emergency plan, keep the following check list handy and avoid even more devastation after a fire, hurricane, flood, or earthquake happens.
1. Compile a Master List
In order to stay prepared for the worst, make a point to write down all of your various creditors and …
Thanks to my great friend, I have a guest post over at Zen Habits.
Check it out: 8 Frugal Tips for Legal Matters.
I’d love a Digg!: Digg the story.
I sent an email to friends and family three weeks ago when I was laid off. I wanted to let everyone know that my solo practice is now full time, and that I was available to help in any way possible.
Leo immediately offered to publish a guest post on his amazing blog. Talk about an awesome way to help out a friend!
Please help me thank Leo …
I just realized that I haven’t posted anything new at Legal Andrew in about five weeks. Wow! I know I have been busy, but I’m sorry for neglecting you guys for so long.
In a nutshell, I’ve been crazily busy with work. We have a major project at my day job that is taking off wildly, which is awesome and stressful. Combine that with an increase in my private client work, and blogging had to take a back seat. Sorry!
Cool group interview
I haven’t forgotten about the blogging world completely. My good friend, Mark Shead, is …
Here are some articles you might find interesting:
Facebook Isn’t Private, and 7 Other Things You Should Know
Green Tax Incentives Around the World
Photo Law – Your Right to Take Pictures in Public
Lunch, Break, and Hour Laws You Should Know
Zen to Done – Productivity at its Simplest
I’m a 25-year-old …
Yes, that’s a racy title, but bear with me. This post is still family friendly.
People typically think of the law as a hindrance. It’s an annoying thing that only snooty lawyers benefit from. But what about the ways the law helps you? Here are some tips where the law can help you in several areas of life: sex, health, and money.
The law encourages sex, within marriage. Married people get a spiffy marital …
Ferdinand tagged me with a round of bloggy tag. I’m pretty late in responding, but here we go!
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1. Post these rules before you give you the facts.
2. List 8 random facts about yourself.
3. At the end of your post, choose (tag) 8 people and list their names (linking to them).
4. Leave them a comment on their blog letting them know theyâ€™ve been tagged!
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1. I dropped out of pre-school. But then I went on to get a JD from the University of Virginia Law School. I never liked school, but …