Law Podcasting Episode 12 – David Sparks (MacSparky) of Mac Power Users

David “MacSparky” Sparks

  • “Stick to a schedule

  • Don’t go too general

  • Focus on audio quality”

–David Sparks,
Mac Power Users

My guest for this session is David Sparks, A business lawyer from Orange County, California,  and a self proclaimed geek. David is also a podcasterblogger, and author who writes about finding the best tools, hardware, and workflows for using Apple products to get work done. David   writes for Macworld magazine and speaks about technology pretty much all over the place.
Find the podcast at:  David's blog, books and other materials are available on his Website at


Some of the resources mentioned in this podcast:

David's Books:

David's Screencasts

Our Resources



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Law Podcasting Episode 11 – Best Laid Plans

Best Laid Plans..

Best Laid Plains…


 “the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry”

— Robert Burns (Scottish Poet)


In this episode, I share my approach to things when plans go off the rails.  The scheduled interview for today fell through, so I needed my fallback plan.

I also explore some of the tools and techniques I use in planning podcast episodes, and a bit about my workflow in preparing, recording, and publishing my shows.



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Law Podcasting Episode10 – Nick Pavlidis of 5 Minutes with Dad and Confessions of a Terrible Husband

Nick Pavlidis

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“…I'm finding that I'm actually connecting with business people who start to know, like and trust me because they get a sense of who I am…”

— Nick Pavlidis

My Guest for this episode is Nick Pavlidis, a  Boston area lawyer who serves as in-house counsel for an international corporate management firm, helping them with commercial, corporate, labor, and export compliance matters.  Prior to that, he spent almost 10 years as a corporate and bankrupty litigator in a large New York City law firm.  In addition to his law practice, Nick coaches young lawyers on how to build their networks for career flexibility and client development and also helps high achievers grow their businesses while maintaining strong boundaries around family and personal priorities.

Nick's most recent project can be found at, through which he trains law students and young lawyers on how to build their networks.  This includes an 8-week online getting started course, group and individual coaching, and law school and law firm training programs.

cover170x170But we're here to talk about podcasting.  Nick's podcasts are Five Minutes With Dad, which he cohosts with his 5-year-old son and 3-year-old daughter; and Confessions of a Terrible Husband, in which he interviews the greatest minds in business and relationships on how to build a life that matters.   Contact Nick by email at [email][/email]


Some of the resources mentioned in this podcast:Nick and his kids use our favorite entry-level podcasting microphone, the Audio-Technica ATR2100-USB Cardioid Dynamic USB/XLR Microphone




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