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Exactly what do you mean by “curating”?

January 5, 2011

By Jason Wilson I find people who aren’t in the business of creating original practice-oriented content have some funny prognostications about what the future of the legal publishing (read: creating, broadcasting, and syndicating) business holds. Take, for example, Kevin O’Keefe’s recent post brazenly titled “Legal content on iPad and tablets: What’s the business model for [...]

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Exploded data, the legal web, and what we’re missing.

July 25, 2010

By Jason Wilson In my recent interview with Peter Jackson, the chief scientist for Thomson Reuters, we had the following exchange: JW: I was curious about the current state of the art in legal search. In 2007, you raised the issue that extraction technology required information to be explicitly stated in the text; it couldn’t be [...]

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The legal web and the “c” word.

May 21, 2010

By Jason Wilson Last year Greg Lambert over at Three Geeks wrote a post about Twittertim.es, and it wasn’t until he and Steve Matthews over at Stem Legal had a recent and brief Twitter (appropriately) exchange about the the best Twitter “newspaper” service, namely Twittertim.es or Paper.li that I actually checked into it. {BTW, my [...]

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