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My ABA TechShow Schedule

March 16, 2014

For anyone that cares, here’s what I plan on attending at ABA’s 2014 TECHSHOW simply because I find these sessions more interesting to me than the others. If you are going to be there, then please make sure you get on one of the Twitter lists floating about. And remember to visit the ABA booth [...]

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Off the Page & Beyond the Book: a AALL 2013 panel you do not want to miss. *UPDATED*

June 30, 2013

*UPDATE* Due to a conflict, Eyal Iffergan will be unable to participate in this panel. However, the always brilliant Jean O’Grady of DLA Piper will be stepping into Eyal’s shoes to give us an insider’s insights into the future of eBooks. On Monday, July 15th at 2:30 p.m. in Rooms 602-604 of the Washington State [...]

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The most terrifying thing on the Internet today.

June 26, 2013

Today was a wacky fucking day. It first started in the pre-dawn hours with our very own Sen. Wendy Davis and the hours-long filibuster on the ridiculous Texas anti-abortion bill (story here), continued with SCOTUS’ much anticipated opinion in Windsor striking down DOMA (recap here), while Wimbledon injury-madness and upsets ensued (story here), only to be [...]

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The future of law librarians

May 6, 2013

I followed the #callacbd2013 tweet stream today, and I had the pleasure of looking over Sarah Glassmeyer’s slidedeck before the session even began. I have to say  I was intrigued by what the community would say about Jean O’Grady and Sarah’s talks today, and I was a bit disappointed. So that means that people were [...]

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This week in random ad placements: Lexis’ response to CRIV on eBooks

May 1, 2013

So I just read Lexis’ responses to questions posed by CRIV on it’s eBook program, and when I finished, the following ad appeared at the end of the piece.   Brilliant conclusion.

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Thomson Reuters Law School Publishing Business Sold to Eureka Growth Capital

February 4, 2013

Paul Caron (TaxProf Blog) writes today that Thomson Reuters has apparently completed the sale of the law school publishing business to the private equity firm, Eureka Growth Capital, whose current holdings include college campus television and telecommunication services, floor coverings, digital photography services, home accent and decor products, engineered machined products, forensic toxicology labs, and [...]

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And It Begins…

January 28, 2013

The rebranding is underway. Say goodbye to Westlaw and hello to Legal Solutions?   [Image (CC) by Cayusa]

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Content is no longer king: the slow death (maybe) of Matthew Bender

January 17, 2013

With the news today that Thomson Reuters is evolving away from “content is king,” it perhaps comes as no surprise that LexisNexis will take the next 18 months or so to shutter the Matthew Bender corporate offices in Albany, NY. It’s estimated that 220 jobs will be eliminated by the facilities closure. Marc Osborn, a [...]

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