Monthly archives: August, 2003

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By Margaret Berkland

Margaret Berkland is the president of Data Vision Design, Inc., which specializes in providing IT solutions to the legal community. Founded in Fredericksburg, VA in 1989, Data Vision Design, Inc. provides services that include: applications development, business process design, applications integration, electronic file tracking and, access expedition. Prior to becoming the president of DataVision Design, Inc., Margaret was the Info. Resources Technology Specialist for McKenna & Cuneo .

Published August 31, 2003

Subjects: Internet Resources - Web Links, Latest Links

Wisdom from the Grammar Goddess: The Appropriate Use of Less and Fewer

Diane Sandford is the Director of Library Services for the Washington, DC office of Fried, Frank, Harris Shriver & Jacobson . She has many years of experience in editing and as a grammar expert within the firm.

Subjects: Grammar, Wisdom from the Grammar Goddess

The Internet Roundtable #37: Are Blogs Right For Law Firm

Dennis Kennedy (DK): Last month we explained blogs and how to get started, but there’s more. If that were all that’s going on with blogs, I’d be saying what’s the big deal? How are blogs any different from web sites? Aren’t email newsletters a better vehicle for content delivery? There is much more to blogging and this brings us to my favorite aspects of blogs and why I do think that they are changing the Internet: the world of newsfeeds, RSS feeds, XML feeds and news aggregators. We have two special guests who will help us understand blogging.

Subjects: Blogs, Internet Roundtable

After Hours: The NYC Fancy Food Show Revisited: A Few of My Favorite Things

The inaugural edition of After Hours visited the world unto itself that is the Summer Fancy Food Show, which took place in NYC from June 29-July 1. This month we return to that cornucopia of culinary delights to sample a few of my favorite things. Be on the lookout for these in specialty stores, high-end supermarkets, and Internet stores. Beverages

Subjects: After Hours, Food

FOIA Facts: Privacy Under the FOIA vs. Historians/Journalists Need for Access to Data

Scott A. Hodes discusses how without a proof of death, or an authorization from a person, the government will deny a FOIA request about a third party, and will withhold third party names in records it actually processes.

Subjects: FOIA Facts
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