Lawyers are nothing if not chock-a-block full of opinions and predictions! Our fine friends at JDSupra elicited some of those from their friends in order to compile a compendium of viewpoints on what 2010 may hold for the contributors personally and globally. There are some interesting points and prognostications – check out the list here. I recap my three lines below:
Martha Sperry, principal, Advantage Advocates:
My prediction for 2010 is that developers will be emphasizing mobile platforms and applications, as well as focusing on manipulating the incredible flow of content into a more efficient, personalized and relevant experience. Social engagement on the web will become more commonplace and less scary for the mainstream, for personal and professional purposes. My hope is that the discussion surrounding web presence and e-networking becomes less about the ‘why’ and more about the ‘how’ and my tip for engagement is to remain authentic and willing to further the conversation at all times.
What do you think? What will 2010 hold for you personally and professionally?
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I like your comments. Particularly those about moving from "why" to "how" and the best way to leverage social interaction
I like yours as well. Nothing like leading off the pack, Mr. Hill! Great start to the discussion.
Thanks! What that means is just that I got to Adrian first! I guess something to be said for a quick response! Have a great holiday and lets keep in touch next decade!
Nothing wrong with being the early bird! Here is to a fruitful and exciting 2010, with lots more opportunities for learning and collaboration! All the best to you.
The only problem is I'm not sure I want the worm! Same to you Martha
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