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I Am Now An Alpaca™

September 29, 2011

By Jason Wilson I have a new post up on Slaw.ca, I Am Now An App™. I recommend it to you if you are at all interested in the the current discussions going on about software eating the world (of law). I would also recommend the fifth installment of Will Robots Steal Your Job? on [...]

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Post No. 1 of 2: The Changing Tide

September 6, 2011

By Jason Wilson The first of two posts on disruption is up on Slaw.ca today: The Rise of the Programmers. I enjoyed Toby Brown’s initial take on it via Twitter today: http://twitter.com/#!/gnawledge/status/111138285023272960 [Image (CC) by Frenkieb]

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The Silence of the Lawbrarians

June 17, 2011

By Jason Wilson My latest post, “PUNY LAWYERS. PUNY LIBRARIANS. HULK SMASH! A Brief Comment on Fighting Words and Legal Publishers, is up on Slaw, so go check it out and get all indignent about it. (If you do that last part, make sure you leave a comment about how steamed you are.) [Image (CC) [...]

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To remix or not to remix?

April 12, 2011

By Jason Wilson My latest column, Remixing Legal Content: A Way Forward, is up on Slaw. Please go check it out and comment. [Image (CC) by lezarticho]

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Sensors and legal publishing.

February 3, 2011

By Jason Wilson My latest post titled “Sensors and Legal Publishing: Making Quick Use of ‘Extended Content‘” is up on Slaw, so I suggest you head on over there and take a gander. As always, I encourage you to comment and share your thoughts. [Image (CC) by chrisinplymouth]

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Curating the legal web?

August 13, 2010

By Jason Wilson My post on curating the legal web is now up on Slaw.ca. You can check it out here. [Image (cc) by Vineus]

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The fate of nontextual elements in case law.

June 4, 2010

By Jason Wilson I read with great interest this week Daniel Poulin’s post on Slaw discussing “Illustrated Judgments.” This column is about … the growing presence of non-textual elements in the judicial discourse. Reference to video and eventually inclusion of videos in judgments are certainly the more spectacular innovations, however, inclusion of images or graphical [...]

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