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    May 6th, 2009

    ♫ Be not selfish in your doings:
    Pass it on. (Pass it on, children)
    Help your brothers (help them) in their needs:
    Pass it on…♫

    Lyrics and Music by Bunny Livingston (aka Bunny Wailer), recorded by The Wailers.

    As a lawyer, I enjoy the study of law. As we all know, laws come in many forms. When studying laws, we are accustomed to dealing with a set of formal laws – being those duly considered and passed by a parliament, legislature, congress or other legislative body. In addition to these formal laws and associated regulations, at least in the common-law system, there is also precedent or judge-made law. However, experience tells us that outside these formal laws exists a parallel universe of unwritten laws. A good example of an unwritten law is the Pereto Principle: namely that in any business entity, 80% of the revenues arise from only 20% of the clients – or as it is usually restated, 80% of your time is occupied by 20% of your client base.

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    2 Responses to “Twitter as a Social Metric”
    1. Apostille Says:

      Insightful post

    2. Andy Says:

      It reminds of me of my days in law school.

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