Category «Features»

Features – Search Engines for Intranets

Search Engines for Intranets by Nina Platt

Nina Platt is an independent consultant in library automation and information management. Her past experience includes 10+ years as technical services manager and systems librarian in the law office environment. In addition to her work as a consultant, she writes and speaks frequently about information resources and technology, has developed a number of Web sites and full-text databases and continues to search for better ways to integrate resources, making research more cost-effective. Compiler of Piper State Court Directory, her most recent project is the online newsletter, ILSR : Integrated Library System Reports.

Subjects: Features, Intranets, Search Engines

Features – It’s the Content Stupid: A Real life analysis of Microsoft and 21st century society, or why the DOJ doesn’t get it. Part I

It’s the Content, Stupid A Real Life Analysis of Microsoft and 21st Century Society, or Why the DOJ Doesn’t Get it Part I By Charles Kafoure

Charles Kafoure is a technology consultant based in Indianapolis. He has been in the business of providing equipment, software and/or services for twenty five years. He has managed the establishment of large, turnkey computer projects in Korea, China, Singapore, Japan, the U.S., other Asian and European countries, and in Australia. He currently focuses on technology services for legal, real estate and other professional businesses. He will soon publish an article entitled, “Litigation Management: Organize Using Project Management Methodology.”

Subjects: Features

Features – Confessions of a Deep Linker: Advanced Techniques for Linking to Government Documents and Databases

Confessions of a Deep Linker: Advanced Techniques for Linking to Government Documents & Databases By Phillip A. McAfee, Esq.

Phillip A. McAfee is an attorney with a Masters Degree in Health Law from Loyola University in Chicago. He is also the owner of the Health Hippo Web site, which has provided deep and extensive links to government documents related to health law, policy and regulation since 1996.

Subjects: Features, Web Management

Features – Researching Medical Literature on the Internet

Researching Medical Literature on the Web By Gloria Miccioli

Gloria Miccioli has been a law librarian for 20 years. Her specialty is research. She has worked as Government Documents/Reference Librarian at the Jacob Burns Law Library of the George Washington University Law School; as Senior Research Librarian for Williams & Connolly; and is currently International Librarian for Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue’s D.C. office, where she provides expert research services for the firm’s overseas offices.

Subjects: Features, Medical Research

Features – The Little Browser That Could: A Review of Opera

The Little Browser that Could: A Review of Opera By Mark P. Albright

Mark P. Albright maintains a solo practice in Allentown, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., emphasizing employment law compliance and litigation from an employer perspective, as well as consultation and litigation of computer and technology, real estate, Orphans Court, and general commercial disputes. He has chaired the Law Day Committee of both the Lehigh and Berks County (PA) Bar Associations and served as a lecturer for both organizations on the Internet and other topics. He has also served as a statewide lecturer for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute on “The Internet for Pennsylvania Lawyers.” In addition to participating in the Donald E. Wieand, Sr. American Inn of Court, and authoring a weekly column in his local bar association’s law journal, Mr. Albright has served as a beta tester for Websites of the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts and PaLawNet. He received his J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law and his A.B. from Albright College (Reading, PA), summa cum laude.

Subjects: Features, Product Reviews

Features – Thinking About Linking, Part II: Can Law Accommodate the

Thinking About Linking Part II Can Law Accommodate the Power of the Internet to Share Information? By Bradley J. Hillis

Bradley J. Hillis is a member of the Washington state bar, and the author of “Internet Experiments in Electronic CourtFiling,” “Considerations When Placing Court Opinions on the Internet,” and “Legal Research on the Internet: A Simple, How To Guide.” He lives in Bellevue, Washington, and is a legal analyst for the Office of the Administrator for the Courts.

Subjects: Cyberlaw, Features, Web Management

Features – Thinking About Linking, Part I: Can Law Accommodate the

Thinking About Linking Part I Can Law Accommodate the Power of the Internet to Share Information? By Bradley J. Hillis

Bradley J. Hillis is a member of the Washington state bar, and the author of “Internet Experiments in Electronic CourtFiling,” “Considerations When Placing Court Opinions on the Internet,” and “Legal Research on the Internet: A Simple, How To Guide.” He lives in Bellevue, Washington, and is a legal analyst for the Office of the Administrator for the Courts.

Subjects: Cyberlaw, Features, Web Management