Sunday, 23 February 2014
Thursday, 13 February 2014
Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) is a key player in the new breed of digital-native journalists and bloggers. A leading figure alongside the likes of Nate Silver, Ezra Klein and Andrew Sullivan. A trailblazer who has broken the rules and is reinventing the very concept of how we receive news and ingest information. He started blogging in 2005, went with Salon, then the Guardian and has now started his own site for fearless and adversarial journalism, The Intercept (@the_intercept).
Friday, 7 February 2014
"The real problem is connecting lawyers to people who need them. I have 50 people right now needing lawyers.
The legal system is fragmented and it's hard for people to wade through. But I think there are just too many lawyers without access to clients who need them the most, rather than too many lawyers and no jobs."
Monday, 3 February 2014
Sunday, 2 February 2014
Won't be long. But for legal comment follow: @AdamWagner1 @JoshuaRozenberg @carlgardner @Familoo @copyrightgirl @Lyndon_Harris @DBanksy
— Jack of Kent (@JackofKent) January 29, 2014
@NickCohen4 I know! @DavidAllenGreen is just for posts to my own stuff. @Preiskel is simply my law firm's account.
— Jack of Kent (@JackofKent) February 2, 2014
In the first tweet David Allen Green gives his pick of the best legal thinkers online. In the second tweet he explains his multifarious Twitter and online presence.