Search Engines: If you use multiple research resources for researching the law, why not do the same when searching the web? If you’re a one-horse searcher (Google, MSN, Yahoo, etc.), give the nag a rest. For quick and dirty searching it makes sense to use the search engine you know best, but if you need to search widely for something hard-to-find, be creative. Robert Ambrogi reminded me of this when he posted about Scroogle (on 1/21), which of course leads one to GoogleWatch. So don’t get into a research rut. You don’t let Thomson/West or MatthewBender/Lexis do all your research for you – do you? Pretend the web is like a wonderful old bookstore or big library, the kind where you used to spend hours just wandering around, finding gold in every nook and cranny.