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
Microsoft dominates the e-mail software world. Outlook is an outstanding program and is substantially enhanced when used well with Microsoft Exchange servers. But without that Exchange connection, an open source application like Mozilla’s Thunderbird can provide just as much e-mail … Read more