Monday, September 1, 2008

New Feature, Weekly Links

As part of a new feature we'll be bringing you weekly links to topics surrounding the use of technology in legal practice.

  • You Have To Share - The ABA Journal reminds you that going paperless doesn't affect your sharing obligations.
  • Patent Search - via gHacks. provides boolean (AND/OR/NOT) searching and a much more user friendly interface than the USPTO website.  It searches US Patents, US Design Patents, US Patent Applications and European Patents.
  • Web 2.0 still a no-go -  The ABA Journal says that many of you don't know what the RSS feed logo really does or how to use it, only about 50% of you sole practitioners have a website, and  only about 27% of lawyers receive information from blogs.
  • Learning 3G Speak -  No, 3G is not some fancy new razor from Gillette.  This article tells you everything you ever wanted to know about why you can't get any bars on your new iPhone in Owanka, SD
  • New Tech, Old Problem - Introducing new software is 5% software, 95% personnel.  This article says making implementation mandatory yet gradual, and treating employees as if they were customers is the best way to go.
  • Acrobat 9 May Not Flip You - A review of the newest version of the popular PDF software from a legal point of view.

1 comment:

  1. Don't forget Google Patent search: