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Linked – If You’re Not Paranoid, You’re Crazy

“Such concerns didn’t strike me as farfetched, but I was reluctant to air them in mixed company. I knew that many of my fellow citizens took comfort in their own banality: You live a boring life and feel you have nothing to fear from those on high. But how could you anticipate the ways in…

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Linked – Thank You (Yawn), For Sharing

Some interesting thoughts on how to thank people for sharing your blog posts or other content without sounding trite. I may have to start coming up with more creative ways to thank the people who share things I write. What’s the best “thank you” you’ve gotten from social media? Thank You (Yawn), For Sharing

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Linked – Do You Test Your Search Terms Before Proposing Them to Opposing Counsel?

“If you don’t, you should. When litigation is anticipated, it’s never too early to begin collecting potentially responsive data and assessing it by performing searches and testing the results. However, if you wait until after the meet and confer with opposing counsel, it can be too late.On the very first day we introduced eDiscovery Daily,…

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Linked – E-Discovery Update: Email Threading Cuts Costs, Reduces Production of Irrelevant, Potentially Privileged Documents

I’m a big fan of email threading technology, especially one that can identify the endpoints of email threads. Why look at every single email when it takes 15 emails for a small group of coworkers to plan lunch, for example, when you can just look at the end of the thread, scroll through the previous…