The auto post from Diigo seems to be on the fritz today, so I’m adding this weeks links by hand. I apologize for the lack of further formatting. 😉 An Advantage of Former IT in Litigation Support The Basics of … Read More
According to the emails I’ve received just in the past couple of weeks:
I’m actively seeking employment in Pennsylvania
I own rental property in Las Vegas
I have wives and children enrolled in schools in NC, VA and Canada.
I travel back and forth between San Francisco and New Zealand frequently
I frequent some “interesting” dating sites, including at least one that caters to cheating spouses. (Great, thanks to whoever used my email address to sign up for that at the same time my wife is across the country, that doesn’t look odd!!!!)
I am paying for cable internet/TV service for a young lady in Michigan. (Student using their stepfather’s payment info maybe?)
I shop at some online retailers in England.
Now, none of that is true… Read More
Don’t Argue Gmail is Not Reasonably Accessible tags: LitSupport MM The FCC’s new net neutrality rules will kill Aereo, even if the Supreme Court doesn’t tags: MM Tech What Google Knows About You tags: MM Tech New Vulnerability Found in Every … Read More
Both my iPhone and iPad prompted me to update my Gmail app recently. Seems Gmail was releasing a new version to fix some bugs and so on. nothing really out of the ordinary there. However, it was right after the … Read More
I’ve talked before about Google’s actions regarding pushing it’s social network down everyone’s throats whenever you try and use what used to be an unrelated Google tool. The recent kerfuffle over Google allowing Plus users to send an email to … Read More
A Great Opportunity to Learn Litigation Tech and Presentation Skills tags: LitSupport MM Are You Scared Yet? – eDiscovery Horrors! tags: LitSupport MM 5 ways to reduce your e-discovery data set (and costs) tags: LitSupport MM Collecting Gmail for Preservation … Read More
For everything that Google is, and let’s face it, the word Google is pretty much the same type of verb that Xerox became, when we need to find something online we don’t search for it, we Google it, the company … Read More