How To Protect Yourself From Online Services Shutting Down
tags: Tech MM
What is Litigation Support? Help Desk / IT Support | Litigation Support Guru
tags: LitSupport MM
Passengers brace for another summer of airline fees
tags: Travel MM
Fibs your e-discovery vendor and law firm may tell you—Part 2
What is in the Way of Developing Great Conversation Skills? (Part 2)
tags: Management MM
Meet & Confer at 10 Paces
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Probative Value Versus Burden: eDiscovery Of Metadata
Are Your Training “Virtually” Blind?
tags: training MM
Work Smarter Not Harder
An In-House Perspective on Taking Greater Control of the E-Discovery Process
Skip the HASH When Deduping Outlook MSG Files
Roundup of Thoughts on the Enron Data Set PII
eDiscovery Pricing Models – Part 2: Making Sense of the Mess
8 E-Discovery Tips For Small Firms and Companies
Stop Telling Your Employees What to Do
Minnesota Implements Changes to eDiscovery Rules
Insights from eDJ Group’s Dallas Legal Hold Boot Camp
eDiscovery Daily Blog: You Don’t Have to Be Rich to Use Richcopy – eDiscovery Best Practices
tags: Tech MM LitSupport
ADUC 2013: Day Two Round-Up – eDiscovery Insight
What You Don’t Know About Secure E-discovery
Smartphone Forensic Alibi
tags: Forensics LitSupport MM
ADUC 2013: Day One Round-Up – eDiscovery Insight
Travel delays ahead: FAA furloughs begin soon
tags: travel MM
New Federal E-Discovery Rules Move a Step Closer to Fruition
Are We on the Cusp of Major Changes to E-Discovery Rules?
Flight Search Engines And The Multi-City Ripoff
tags: MM travel
20 eDiscovery Blogs for Legal Professionals to Follow
tags: MM LitSupport
April 15 – are you an eDiscovery procrastinator?
Project Management: The Human Hand That Guides E-Discovery
Borg Challenge: Part Five where I summarize my findings |
E-Discovery: Savings in the Cloud
BYOD and Social Media Changing the E-Discovery Landscape | E-Discovery Beat
There’s Something Missing From Our Conference Rooms
Power is always the big unknown when I go onsite to a firm for training. Newer rooms seem to have more and more, easily accessible, outlets.
Survey: Law Firms Must Change, But Don’t Know How
Are law firms asleep at the cyber security switch?
Is predictive coding the answer to reducing the costs of eDisclosure?
You can now tell Google what to do with your account in the afterlife | Ars Technica
Pop Quiz: Is it Possible for a File to be Modified Before it is Created?
Culling for the Prize
Six Big E-Discovery Blunders
Is it Time to Ditch the Per Hour Model for Document Review?
Work/Life “Balance” Is Dead
Why Facebook Home bothers me: It destroys any notion of privacy
tags: SocNetPres MM
Girding For Battle: A Clash Is Brewing Between Big Data and E-Discovery
The Future of Law: Tomorrow’s Lawyers by Richard Susskind
IT for Oppression
tags: Security MM
Five Essential Tips for Better Travel Photos
tags: Photography MM
What the Death of Google Reader REALLY Means
Break Out a Hammer: You’ll Never Believe the Data ‘Wiped’ Smartphones Store | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
tags: Forensics Security MM
Four More Tips to Quash the Cost of eDiscovery
There Can Be No Justice Without Truth, And No Truth Without Search
When Parties Fail to Cooperate During Discovery, Everybody Loses
Falling Off The Cliff: Parties Are Still Failing The Proportionality Test
The Intersection of GRC, Cyber-Security & Legal: How to Triple Your ROI in E-Discovery Technology – eDiscovery Insight
Cost-Cutting, Time-Saving E-Discovery Tips
Managing outsourcing and eDiscovery (Part 2 of 2)
When Do You Buy T-Shirts? | Ball in your Court
How the Shutdown of Google Reader Threatens the Internet (Forbes Cross-Post)
I worry about this as well, if everyone simply waits for their social network to recommend the news to them, how much if an echo chamber does it become? Then again, when you choose which feeds to subscribe to, isn’t there the same risk?
Relevance, Social Media & Personal Computers
10 Tips for Improving Your Flower Photos
Want Productive Employees? Treat Them Like Adults
The End of the Forensics/E-Discovery Divide
Everyone will miss almost everything you share on social media
Eight Tips to Quash the Cost of E-Discovery | Ball in your Court
Outlook Emails Can Take Many Forms – eDiscovery Best Practices
Babble: Google may be priming unified chat service for Google I/O | Ars Technica
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Google releases site to help webmasters of hacked sites
Why are Cyber Attacks on Law Firms Such a Significant Threat? – eDiscovery Insight
tags: MM LitSupport Security
Traveling With Tech
Bottom Line Driven Proportional Review (2013 Updated Version)
Death knell sounds for RSS, and Google knows it
No Costs for TIFF Blow Backs
Google Reader may very well rise again… as part of Google+ | Ars Technica
Legal Hold Still the Foundation of a Defensible E-Discovery Process
Five Common Myths About Predictive Coding
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