The California Courts YouTubeChannel will offer news and information covering areas from self-help and local court news to courthouse construction projects and actions and news from the Judicial Council of California – the policy making body of California’s courts.
The Twitter feed will receive tweets on announcements of opinions from the Supreme Court, news releases and updates on new content and resources on the California Court’s Website
For all the media attention (or hype) that it receives, many lawyers remain cautious, if not skeptical, about the value of Twitter. Utter such unlikely terms as “retweet,” “twitbin,” or “twitpic” among a group of lawyers at a continuing legal education seminar, for example, and you are likely to get a lot of “sideways” glances. But, should lawyers”twit that” old-fashioned behavior, and jump on the “tweet deck?” (or some other Twitter app)cyberesq.wordpress.com, Cyber-Esq., Nov 2009
I ran across this article on locating people on Twitter written by Josh Catone, as shared on Mashable. I have personally tried only 2 out of the 11 listed, Twitter People Search and Twellow. I will be trying the rest of them out soon, but would love to hear from some of my fellow Twitter friends, if they use these searches on Twitter and if so, what they think of them. If you haven’t used them, I would equally like to hear why you don’t use the searches.