August 4th 2005 3 Comments Share Email Twitter Google+ Facebook LinkedIn Posted in: Miscellaneous CALR on PDA's by Neil Campbell More posts by Neil » Wireless searching on blackberries check out http://www.lawofficecomputing.com/EDC/eloc/searchsnippets.php Retweet information » « Previous: Filtering Out Information by Delegation Next: Graphical Keycite on Westlaw » Comments Simon Fodden August 4th, 2005 at 8:58 pm Neil, the URL doesn't seem to work. I think it may be that you have to belong to eLOC and login first. Simon C August 5th, 2005 at 5:40 pm URL does work, Simon But it's http://www.lawofficecomputing.com/EDC/eloc/searchsnippets.php Somehow the link puts another http:// in front. I use a BlackBerry all the time, but graphic interfaced websites, or frames are a huge pain. Real legal research won't work, because of the logical structure of the current interfaces. There was a nice piece in the Herald Trib I saw in Frankfurt last month. see http://www.iht.com/bin/print_ipub.php?file=/articles/2005/07/15/business/ptend16.php It starts: The End User: Scaling down the real Web By Victoria Shannon International Herald Tribune SATURDAY, JULY 16, 2005 PARIS Every day, I look on the Internet from my mobile phone. Often, I don't like what I see – and I'm not just talking about the cellphone spam I get. Many of the Web sites I turn to – to check my e-mail, to find breaking news, to look up an elusive fact – don't look very nice on the small screen of my smart phone. I see a fraction of a Web page at a time, or icons that land far from the words that go with them or, worse, buttons that I know I should be able to click on aren't there or don't work. When part of the splendor of the Internet is supposed to be that it is the same for everyone, it makes me feel like something is broken – not to mention that I'm not getting my money's worth from my mobile phone subscription or the outrageous price of my phone. Simon Fodden August 5th, 2005 at 9:09 pm Thanks Simon Chester: I've fixed the link in the main item.