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Web 2.0 podcast by JISC IPR consultants

Saturday, October 6th, 2007

The JISC IPR Consultancy was started in October 2005 to provide expert advice to JISC in the area of intellectual property rights. IPR Consultants Naomi Korn and Charles Oppenheim talked to Sara Hassen, JISC Communications Manager, in a Skype interview about the interesting challenges we will face related to IPR in the education […]

Check out the new lawbore site

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2007

HT to lo-fi librarian. Check out http://lawbore.net/, which is a collection of resources for law students at City University London.

Museum Association Exhibition 2007

Friday, September 28th, 2007

In Glasgow. October 22nd and 23rd. I’m looking forward to:
Cybermuseology: conveying culture
Are new technologies useful tools for conveying culture? If you want to find out more about innovative solutions to disseminate knowledge related to collections, then this seminar is for you. Speakers will focus on online interactive applications to show how to convey collections […]

Texas Bar Circle

Friday, September 28th, 2007

Social networking, just for Texas lawyers.
I got an invite to join Texas Bar Circle from the State Bar of Texas, of which I am a member.
The service is a product of affinitycircles.com The invite states:
The State Bar of Texas is excited to introduce Texas Bar Circle, a new networking tool. Texas Bar Circle is a […]

OwnTerms - Privacy policy

Thursday, September 27th, 2007

OwnTerms is a site that brings together some standard terms and conditions so that the public may easily get access to some boilerplate legal docs. From their site:
OwnTerms is designed as a repository for “boilerplate” legal documents: those that every web site, startup, or entrepreneur needs but doesn’t want to draft in a lawyer for.
All […]

Lawlink: Social networking just for attorneys

Sunday, September 9th, 2007

Lawlink is a new social networking site that limits its members to licensed attorneys. It looks like from the sign up page that this is limited to the United States, but maybe they’ll expand a bit in the future. The “no non-lawyers allowed” policy is enforced through an application procedure where they check you […]

7th Circuit wiki — will it go anywhere?

Monday, May 21st, 2007

(HT to Slaw) Law.com reports on the new wiki by the US Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit, available at http://www.ca7.uscourts.gov/wiki/. Judge Easterbrook, who led the project, gives the purpose of the project:
The goal is to concentrate on procedure (in both the court of appeals and the district courts) but not to […]

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