The list wouldn't be that off North of the 49th parallel:
Teaching young attorneys how to do legal research in the real world
Warning summer associates about are the drawbacks of Googleization
Meeting with the firm's chief information officer, to whom our library directly reports
Approving this week's batch of library invoices
He notes two myths:
There are two modern myths that many of us grew up with that I find are complete lies. One myth is that computers would do all of our work for us, thus giving us more leisure time. Not true. In fact, computers seem to have given us a way to do more while doing it better. The other myth is that computers would lead to the paperless office and that online would replace print. Again, not true. I had thought as the future progressed, we would be able to eliminate print sources as they became available in an electronic format.. When it comes to negotiating major contracts, such as Lexis and Westlaw, he favours using third-party consultants to help negotiate the contracts
Again the clash of law, learning and technology, this is the new stuff – we go dancing in.