This Week’s Links: 060331

  1. Google Romance
  2. Google Romance tour
  3. Sounddogs.com
  4. Bell Canada press release
  5. Rogers press release
  6. Inukshuk press release
  7. Ontario Gazette
  8. Ontario Gazette: Recent Issues
  9. Ontario Gazette: Back Issues
  10. Ontario Gazette: Search
  11. Ontario Gazette: Feedback
  12. Ontario e-Laws
  13. Ontario Ministry of Government Services
  14. Service Ontario
  15. Government of Ontario
  16. Educause 2006 Horizon Report
  17. Clusty
  18. Corner Gas
  19. Vivisimo
  20. Clusty search for the Sir James Dunn Law Library
  21. Clusty search for Slaw
  22. Floccinaucinihilipilificate: Our own creative land
  23. OSCON 2005 Keynote – Identity 2.0
  24. ETech 2006 — Who Is the Dick on My Site?
  25. Adam Smith, Esq.: The Vanishing Middle
  26. Dennis Kennedy
  27. Aspen Conferencing
  28. ABA Law Practice Today: Dennis Kennedy: Seven Easy Ways for Law Firms to Throw Away Money on Technology
  29. DennisKennedy.com: The Best is the Enemy of the Good: Making Good Technology Choices
  30. LLRX: Dennis Kennedy’s Legal Technology Predictions for 2006: Small Steps for Most Firms, Giant Leaps for a Few Firms
  31. DennisKennedy.com: Rethinking Your Approach to Legal Technology / November 2005 [pdf]
  32. DennisKennedy.com: Placing Your Bet on Client-Driven Technologies
  33. Aspen: Best Practices for Law Firm Technology Committees
  34. Hart House Lecture: Michael Geist: Our Own Creative Land: Cultural Monopoly and the Trouble with Copyright
  35. Hart House Lecture: Michael Geist: Our Own Creative Land: Cultural Monopoly and the Trouble with Copyright: webcast
  36. Hart House Lecture: Michael Geist: Our Own Creative Land: Cultural Monopoly and the Trouble with Copyright: podcast
  37. RabblePodcastNetwork
  38. Law Librarian Blog
  39. Boston University: Index and Paraphrase of Printed Year Book Reports, 1268 – 1535
  40. Global Information Technology Report 2005-2006 Press Release
  41. beSpacific
  42. Global Information Technology Report 2005-2006: country rankings [pdf]
  43. Global Information Technology Report 2005-2006: summary [pdf]
  44. Y!Q
  45. Yahoo News
  46. Information Management Now
  47. 3L Empihany: taxonomy of legal bogs
  48. D-Lib Magazine, March 2006
  49. D-Lib Magazine: D. Cohen, “From Babel to Knowledge: Data Mining Large Digital Collections”
  50. Syllabus Finder
  51. H-Bot
  52. Web 2.0 Awards
  53. The Supreme Court Zeitgeist
  54. Professor June Entman
  55. Globe and Mail Technology: Law professor bans laptops in class
  56. Netvibes
  57. Louise Tsang
  58. Information Overlord
  59. Information Overlord: Where to Start – In Search of the Ideal Personlised Homepage
  60. New Yorker: Skyline
  61. Golden’s Rules: Why new chips + Xen = dream machines
  62. SourceForge.net: Xen
  63. FeedRinse
  64. Vancouver Law Librarian: RSS Subject Collections – FeedRinse can help!
  65. FeedDemon 2.0
  66. Semantic thoughts: Building subject collections
  67. Semantic thoughts: How to: roll your own reBlogger
  68. Internet Archive: Legis.ca
  69. www.legis.ca
  70. Lexum
  71. A blog shows we are not a stuffy, old-style firm.’ Discuss
  72. geeklawyer
  73. The Magistrate’s Blog
  74. NakedLaw
  75. toast and marmalade for tea
  76. The Times Crossword
  77. Logging on to blogging
  78. Andy Havens
  79. Law on the Web
  80. Legal Technology Insider: Charles Christian
  81. Basal Questions :: Simon Evans: ‘Plagiarist’ magistrate refuses to quit, reports the Courier-Mail
  82. New York Times: E. Tenner: Searching for Dummies
  83. Pew Internet

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