No TV

Scrap televisions by thesuccess at Morguefile.com

First went the newspaper.  It was probably the media we used the most, especially the Sunday paper.  But it was valuable mostly for either local information or stories that were occurring around the periphery, in areas we wouldn’t normally hear about.  By 2004 or 2005, though, we could usually get the information faster on the …

Legal Publishers Are Not Playing to Their Strengths

Ice Berg from Morguefile.com

If you have not read Ruth Bird‘s post at the Slaw Blog (Aggravation due to (dis)aggregation), you should do so.  It’s a great review of the issues currently arising from some particularly poor business decisions being made by legal publishers.  I attended a presentation by Nigel Holloway, VP of ALM’s Legal Intelligence group, that discussed …