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Ways to think about cars — and implications for congregations...

Benedict Evans asks us to consider the full implications of the coming revolution in automobiles: the self-driving car. If you think Uber is a disruptive force in transportation, just think about the implications of these sorts of vehicles on something as mundane as parking your car in the city: 232 more words


online reference

Some weeks back I wrote about how disappointed I was with the online reference capabilities of the Hemet Public Library, especially when compared to the Santa Clara County Library System (SCCL). 210 more words


Westlaw Gets Into The Cloud Business, Sort Of

At least in the Academic version.  I received an email yesterday promoting new features in Westlaw for the coming academic year.  One of them is: 95 more words

Law School News & Views

Trakt -- Stalk my views!

Over to the right you may notice a new banner, Trakt.tv. If you know me personally you have already heard me expound endlessly about this service but I want to advertise it here for all to see. 412 more words


Windows 10 (and a domain debacle update)

Last week, in the midst of my Web domain travails, and hence in a moment of insanity, I accepted Microsoft’s invitation to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10. 537 more words


Windows 10 Privacy Settings

The best guide I’ve found so far to explain the privacy settings in Windows 10 comes from NetworkWorld.  It explains the various options and contains graphics that detail the settings for on or off.   10 more words


Whither Microsoft Academic Search? 

Or is the correct term “wither?”  I was wondering, at least.  I was in the process of putting together a handout for a lecture I was giving to law review cite checkers on sources and strategies when I thought I’d include Microsoft Academic Search as an alternative to Google Scholar.   193 more words