Monthly Archives: December 2012

Publishing for Dummies

I still manage a wry smile when I see a reference to the “Dummies” series. At the first Legal Tech I attended a copy of “eDiscovery for Dummies” was thrust into my hand as I passed through the exhibition halls and I have been hooked on the series ever since. That particular publication was produced… Read More »

The bigger picture

Everyone will have heard about the prank perpetrated by two Australian DJs which went so tragically wrong. There has been so much noise out there about all aspects of this tragedy that I have thought long and hard whether I should add to it. In keeping with the tradition of this blog, I have no… Read More »

Christmas Cheer

If you are one of those people who enjoys the flurry of articles at this time of year containing predictions for 2013 and beyond, you will not want to miss the SCL’s Predictions 2013, and beyond: Part 2, Masters of Legal IT. To quote from the opening paragraph – “When you get Charles Christian, Jan… Read More »

Who owns email?

The answer depends on what actually is email. Most of us now send and receive emails every day but how do you define email? The simplest definition I have seen is in the Free Online Dictionary: “A system for sending and receiving messages electronically over a computer network, as between personal computers/a message or messages… Read More »