The U.S. Congress’ recent legislative move – to kill an internet privacy law that was due to go into effect in late 2017 – has spiked interest in keeping online activity private. The ways to protect your online activity … Read more
The month is ending but I’ve been listening to some unbelievable vocalists, all discovered by serendipity. There’s a strong country – western – bluegrass connection among them, all women, but each one is distinct.
I hadn’t heard of … Read more
An infected Microsoft Word document arrived in my inbox the other day. It was a reminder that, while technology is an enabler, lawyers need to have a mindset that understands technology’s limitations.
The Word document was attached to an e-mail.… Read more
When I worked in an academic law library, I supported faculty projects. My role was technology and so I participated in development of Folio Views ebooks, courseware and web sites, and the like. My role was also to support the … Read more
You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink. Lawyers are neck deep in information and technology, maybe deeper. Nearly all lawyers would appear to be using a computer in practice and yet their understanding … Read more