Set aside time in your daily schedule to check developments in law, news, and technology. Keep current on legal news by visiting legal news websites. Stay alert to general news by subscribing to top ranked aggregators, associations, blogs, newsletters, newspapers, podcasts, twitter feeds, and websites. Use social media posts for quick updates and scholarly journals for deeper learning. Use podcasts and social media while commuting, exercising, or travelling. Consult a bias checker to view a bias chart. Avoid information overload by curating news sources and limiting media use, and switching off alerts. For more strategies, read articles about checking facts, preemption checking, publications for lawyers, and staying current on legal news and current events. Also check resources at websites maintained by law libraries at universities of HK, USF, and UW.