It’s called TweetDiscovery, and while it’s still a “very early beta”, it’s tracking all the conversations about e-Discovery that are taking place on Twitter, both by tracking search terms, and by tracking the tweets of some of the big names in the field.
Look through the list of folks they’re tracking over there? I’m betting lots of your firms have the books they’ve authored on the shelves somewhere. (I know we do!) How could following these same folks on Twitter not be work-related? 😉
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