Showing posts from November, 2017

Happy Thanksgiving From O'Donnell Law Center

Thanksgiving is a unique and special holiday that is near and dear to our hearts. Family and friends come together during this time to give thanks for all of the many blessings we have received throughout the year. It’s a time where we can take a step back from our busy lives and think about what we are truly thankful for. O’Donnell Law Center would like to thank all of our clients and friends for their support and we are thankful for the community we are able to serve. To get us into the Thanksgiving spirit, here are some fun facts about this delicious holiday. The first Thanksgiving was 3 days long. This is a change from our Thanksgiving today which only lasts a day. Governor William Bradford had organized the Thanksgiving feast and invited the Plymouth colonists’ Native American allies. However, the celebration continued when the Wampanoag Indian guests joined the Pilgrims. There’s a turkey help hotline. The Butterball Turkey Talk-Line answers about 100,000 calls

Social Media and the Digital Afterlife

Have you ever been reminded by Facebook of the birthday of someone who has passed away? Some find it uncomfortable and sad, for others, it is a pleasant memory of those lost. This is life today. Social media and the online world plays a major role in our everyday lives, but have you ever considered what happens to your online presence once you die? It’s not something we necessarily want to think about, but it’s something you should think about. Our social media accounts may live online long after we are gone. Here are some interesting facts and information about the digital afterlife provided by Who Is Hosting This? . The Digital Afterlife There are 30+ million accounts on Facebook that belong to people that are deceased. The year 2060 is the approximate point when there will be more deceased people on Facebook than live ones. 47% of adults access social media websites, but only 20% have considered what happens to their online profiles after death. Different companie

The Only Constant is Change

New technologies have come a long way and they have changed the ways in which lawyers provide and market their legal services. The internet, personal computing, e-mail, digital data, and social media are all technologies that have greatly aided legal services.  O’Donnell Law Center  has experienced these changes first hand. Being able to adapt is vital, especially when things around you are constantly changing. Social Media Facebook ,  LinkedIn ,  Twitter  and  Google+  are web-based communication and networking platforms that are all household names today. A couple of years ago it was a different story. Now they are ubiquitous social media tools that have become ingrained in the daily lives of millions of people around the world. Potential clients will use them to try and get to know a business better before patronizing them.  You can access our social media from our webpage.  Check out our Pinterest! Social media is a great tool for professionals in all fields. When use