Linked: Three shockingly obvious ways to make flying less miserable

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It’s all those little unknown things that make us anxious when traveling, and the more anxiety that is built into the process, the less we enjoy it, and the more exhausting it is. I think that is an important lesson for airlines, but it’s also an important lesson for many people in a variety of service industries. Needing a lawyer, working with an accountant, etc. have always been things that most of us aren’t used to navigating, so there’s anxiety involved. Now, simple things like getting a haircut have become more complicated, and involve a lot more anxiety. Employees are also navigating things that they are not used to, maybe working from home, or working onsite but having to navigate all of these new safety protocols, and dealing with customers who are also dealing with all of their own anxieties all day. … Read More

Shared Links (weekly) Jan. 17, 2021

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Spirited ESI Search Arguments

What’s in a Name (or Hash Value)?

Ultimate Guide to Mental Health in the Workplace

Social media managers grapple with burnout, leaving the industry

Networking Tips for Business Professionals Working Remotely

Where does the cybersecurity skills gap stem from and what can businesses do to overcome it?

Client Portals Are Now an Essential Service for Law Firms to Offer

The New Battles to Come Over Working From Home

How to Support Your Remote Teams’ Mental Health in 2021 and Beyond

5 Online Learning Platforms to Help Bolster your Resume

New Microsoft Teams Features for 2021… Read More

Linked: How to set clear work boundaries — and stick to them

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I really like the ideas in this article, but obviously this is the one that is going to most resonate with many of us right now:

“Working remotely requires a heightened consciousness to make space for ourselves in and around work. We need to have careful conversations with our coworkers to ensure that our boundaries are understood and respected.”… Read More

Shared Links (weekly) Jan. 10, 2021

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Don’t Let Ephemeral Messaging Apps Blow Up Your Ediscovery Matter

Stress In The Workplace: Three takes for you to consider

Saying a Production is Incomplete Does Not Make it True

Mini-guide to help employee’s mental health through winter

Whoops…Fabricated Text Messages Discovered

Relativity acquires VerQu to capture communication data

Announcing the 2021 State of the Industry Report!

How to Protect and Empower Kids Online: An Interview with Wired Human

What’s on the Horizon for Law Firms in 2021?

Remembering those the Legal Tech Community Lost in 2020

The ‘rise of the worker’ is here, and employees are calling the shots… Read More

Linked: Insurrectionists’ social media presence gives feds an easy way to ID them

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On Wednesday, as we watched the invasion of the Capitol building play out, my first thought had everything to do with how little police and national guard presence there was. The reason that was my first thought was because we have watched this rally, and the ensuing violence, be planned on right in front of our faces on social media for the last few weeks. All you had to do was pay even a little bit of attention, and it was clear that there was a significant number of people who weren’t there to simply protest, but were there fully expecting this to be the start of a civil war. It was obvious enough that I knew it, just from an occasional look at Twitter or TikTok. I didn’t even have to go to the dark corners of the web to find it.… Read More

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