2012 Economics Nobel

On Monday the 2012 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science was awarded to Lloyd Shapley and Al Roth, for their work on market design and matching theory, which relate to how individuals and firms find and select one another in areas from school choice to jobs to...

E-Discovery: Foe or Friend?

E-discovery: Foe or friend? You’re invited to find out. This coming Wednesday, September 12 at 1:00 pm Eastern, I’ll be moderating an hour-long webinar, “Everything you know about e-discovery that’s wrong.” Sponsored by our good friends...

Competence without comprehension

June 23 was the 100th birthday of Alan Turing, and I was delinquent not to have written about him closer to the date, but I was searching (excuses, excuses) for the appropriate BigLaw hook. Google took the occasion to honor him with one of their famous “Google...

“Software Is Eating the World”

A couple of weeks ago, Marc Andreessen wrote in The Wall Street Journal a provocative piece called “Why Software is Eating the World.”  Among the observations he makes are: My own theory is that we are in the middle of a dramatic and broad...

Online Panel on Hosted Lit Support: You’re Invited

This coming Tuesday, November 16, at 2:00 pm Eastern/11:00 am Pacific, I will be moderating an hour-long “virtual panel” (think CNN or MSNBC on your desktop, with each of the panelists and yours truly appearing in their own window) on “Hosted...
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