Category Archives: Twitter

Clearing the decks, clearing the mind and reviewing my publishing output platforms

In addition to the (overdue) VAT return which I did on Christmas Day, I spent the Christmas break getting rid of stuff and thinking about how best to present (that is, get and give value from) the masses of information … Continue reading

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Legal Tweetup in London on Thursday 5 December

A Tweetup is a physical meeting of those whose usual association is via Twitter. A legal Tweetup is such an assembly intended (but not necessarily restricted) to those who have an interest in the law or in some aspect of … Continue reading

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An eDiscovery, social media and libertarian miscellany

I am in Hong Kong, cursing that I left behind the USB thingie required by my wireless headset so that I must type everything by hand. I am here for InnoXcell’s Asia eDiscovery 2012 Exchange, and specifically for panels on … Continue reading

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Traps for the unwary – the cross-over between social media and eDisclosure

Social media and electronic disclosure are two important subjects which many companies and their lawyers would rather ignore – their very names are enough to strike apathy into many hearts. eDisclosure provider CY4OR has joined forces with others to promote … Continue reading

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Should Corporate Counsel Use Social Media? Serious Entertainment at the Corporate Counsel Forum Europe

The most enjoyable session at the Legal Week Corporate Counsel Forum Europe at Luton Hoo last week had the title Should Corporate Counsel Use Social Media? – Lessons Learnt and Opportunities Found. It came between the information management session in … Continue reading

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PissOffPRs 1.0 and PissedBot 2.0 – essential tools for everyone in Legal IT

The vintage legal blogger and tweeter, Charon QC [“veteran” surely? Ed] features on every list of legal commentators worth following. His 81,000 or so tweets encompass everything from what he had for breakfast, through television reviews and political comment, to … Continue reading

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Metropolitan Corporate Counsel interviews Equivio on Processing and Proskauer on Compliance

The only direct connection between the two articles referred to in my title are that they both appeared on the Metropolitan Corporate Counsel website yesterday. An interview with Warwick Sharp of Equivio is headed The processing mountain was blocking the … Continue reading

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Twitter, bribery and 37 corporate counsel in a big virtual bar

All your highly-polished marketing materials are useless if you do not get them in front of your intended audience and engage with them about it. An article intended merely to point you to a source of messages about the Bribery … Continue reading

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A week of law, justice and public opinion

Last week saw the mobilisation of a large body of opinion via Twitter in support of the airport “joker” Paul Chambers. If we cannot exactly claim success, we have at least seen how quickly a mass protest can pick up. … Continue reading

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You cannot really complain at a full InBox and lots of tweets

A day in London leaves me with a pile of e-mails and a heap of tweets – all signs of a lively market, and to be welcomed despite the time it will take to catch up. Add a crusading podcast, … Continue reading

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Tweets travel far and fast – which is good if that is what you want

The speed with which I got reactions to a tweet of Saturday showed the power of this medium. That is great if that is what you want, as I did, less so if that was not the intention. My arm … Continue reading

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New Singapore e-discovery resource

Those who come here often will know that I was in Singapore in October last year shortly after the introduction of their Practice Direction No 3 on Discovery and Inspection of Electronically Stored Information . I had been invited to … Continue reading

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Twitter data feeds as a potential source of income for them and discovery material for us

A new survey relies on the ability to analyse Twitter usage, and Twitter has begun a drive to make money from its data feeds. Both point towards the use of Twitter data as discoverable information. I wrote an article last … Continue reading

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Tweeting weights and weighing Tweets

I am a relatively recent convert to Twitter and am hooked on a number of levels. These are primarily business-driven, in the hard-nosed sense that I acquire information from others and disseminate things of my own – the publication of … Continue reading

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