Research Notebooks

There are some fundamentals about online research notebooks.  First, Evernote and Microsoft’s OneNote seem to have sucked a lot of the oxygen out of the room.  Second, people who clip and save information are putting it into online “cloud-based” notebooks.  Assuming that most lawyers are saving text, links, images, and PDFs, Evernote and OneNote both …

Words Words Words

The legal profession is powered by words.  I’ve discussed legal dictionaries on the Web before.  Wolfram Alpha has been expanding its data-oriented search engine with 50,000 new words.  If you’re a regular Wolfram Alpha user, this will be a great addition.  You can still Google “define your-word” but the output is pretty meager compared to Wolfram …

ZeroPC Makes Cloud Information Management Easier

I am starting to see more about cloud desktops: virtual operating systems that you access through your browser that look like your normal desktop computer.  ZeroPC caught my eye because it offers some of the information management tools that I think are important for lawyers managing information with cloud-based services.  It has the added benefit …