Tag Archives: Internet

Our Law Library App: ALEX

ALEX @ UGA Law is the official app of the Alexander Campbell King Law Library. On top of having a very clever and apropos (IMHO) acronym, ALEX gives you lots of useful features, including the library’s hours of operation, access to … Continue reading

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Breaking down the new Alphabet

Yesterday, most everyone found out that Google, the Internet search giant, had formed itself a new parent company called Alphabet. The official announcement came in a blog post from Google’s co-founder Larry Page. Under the new Alphabet umbrella, Google’s core … Continue reading

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FCC Votes on Net Neutrality

Yesterday, in a 3-2 vote, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed the 2015 Open Internet Order, a move that reclassifies the Internet under Title II of the Communications Act, treating Internet service providers as carriers and regulating services as public … Continue reading

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10 Tech Mistakes that Lawyers Make

Great article from the tech firm, Clio, covering the ten most common tech mistakes lawyers are making. Good advice, generally. Does your firm or department have a BYOD policy? Do you? How often do you back up your data? Is … Continue reading

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Yahoo! Reports Attack on its Mail Accounts

Another reason why it’s a bad idea to use the same passwords across different applications: According to the New York Times, Yahoo! reported a hacking attempt on its e-mail accounts, this week. According to a company official, “the list of … Continue reading

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9 Tools to Improve Social Media Productivity

Using or thinking about using social media promotion in your practice? Social media management can be a big time sink. These nine tools from consultant Ian Cleary can help save you time and improve your productivity. A short and useful … Continue reading

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New Book: Search Engine Freedom!

Search engines play a pivotal role in connecting people to the information and resources they desire. But what rules or laws govern how these search engines work and can we trust our search results?  Author Joris van Hoboken explores the … Continue reading

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