New CT Summation DII-eDII Guide

For those of you using Summation, especially service bureaus, but also law firms doing in house Summation work: This document provides information about the CT Summation DII/eDII file to service bureaus. The Table of Contents serves as an outline of the electronic discovery (eDiscovery) workflow from the perspective of a service bureau. This document also…

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I’ll Have to Settle for ABA Techshow Buzz

Image by mikemac29 via Flickr I’ve seen a slight increase in the number of blog posts, and tweets, talking about the upcoming ABA Techshow in Chicago. Last year’s conference was a great time, but I won’t be back there this year due to a limited budget, and plans to attend ILTA 09 instead. So, much…

Comment Problems?

Since someone sent me an email about not being able to post comments here yesterday, I thought I’d put up a post and see if anyone else had been having problems trying to do the same. It worked just fine when I went to check on it, using Firefox, and I haven’t found any widespread…

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A Little Career Warning for Attorneys

Courtesy of Tom O’Connor, who picks up the discussion about lawyers needing to get some tech skills in order to understand how to effectively deal with e-discovery: Sharpen up those pencils kids ?. it?s time to go back to school. Or fire those luddites and hire people who will. It’s true, when your client needs…

Skittles Proves Twitter Search Results Unreliable

There was much talk about Skittles redesigning their homepage to be more “social media” friendly and transparent. They certainly accomplished that, and generated a lot of buzz. They decided the best way to market their product was to simply show you what other people were saying about it, so their homepage was now simply showing…