I am recently returned from my first LegalTech New York. It gets knocked as being only about eDiscovery, and while that definitely was a prevailing topic both in the exhibit hall and presentations,
I’m presenting at the Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries (ORALL) Annual Meeting this week on “Using Technology to Work Collaboratively.” The conference takes place at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which is why there’s a heavy-handed football theme to the slides. The
Well, I did it. I made the leap and got a “big girl phone.”
In my case, I got an iPhone. It’s been a few weeks, and I’m torn between being surprised that I did it and amazed at how I’d ever been able to live without it.
Until the iPhone, I had been using a basic,
Here are two essential truths about me:
1. I am cheap.
2. I am lazy.
Oh, and there’s a third:
3. I like to read.
Earlier this week a friend posted a link to an Amazon.com record of a book that she’s reading. It was historical fantasy adventure schlock…in other words, right up my alley.