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Not Very Bright: Things are out of hand at YouTube, just they way they planned it

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To paraphrase “Deep Throat” from All the President’s Men, don’t believe the myths the media has created about Google. The truth is, these people are not very bright and things got out of hand. Bloomberg’s Mark Bergen and Lucas Shaw have written one of the most revealing stories yet about just how out of control YouTube really is and just how incompetent YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki is to handle it all (“ Inside YouTube’s Year of Responsibility “). (How

The Decade in Legal Tech: The 10 Most Significant Developments

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In legal technology, it was a decade of tumult and upheaval, bringing changes that will forever transform the practice of law and the delivery of legal services. Feisty startups took on established behemoths. The cloud dropped rain on legacy products. Mobile tech untethered lawyers.


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Opinion March Against Anti-Semitism

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March Against Anti-Semitism By The Editorial Board Jan. 1, 2020 “A show of support for the true spirit of New York. A coalition of religious and civil rights groups gathered in Brooklyn in solidarity with the victims of the attack in Monsey, N.Y.

My Most Popular Posts of 2019

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The LegalBoard is back, baby! Every year for the past decade, I have compiled a year-end list of my most-popular posts. Two years ago , by a wide margin, my top-viewed post was about the debut of the LegalBoard , a keyboard designed for lawyers.

Happy Holidays and David’s Copyright Office Comments — The Trichordist

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We wanted to wish all our readers happy holidays and thank you again for supporting the Trichordist! As some of you may know, the Copyright Office comment period for MLC regulations just closed.

The 10 Most Popular LawNext Podcasts of 2019

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In my LawNext podcast , I have conversations with the “innovators and entrepreneurs who are driving what’s next in law.” ” Here are the 10 episodes that were most popular during 2019. Note: This reflects unique downloads during 2019. It is not the most popular of all time.

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LawNext Episode 59: LawClerk Cofounder Greg Garman on Changing-Up the Model for Small Firms

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It was an epiphany, of sorts, for Greg Garman. In 2015, after 18 years at the same firm, including several as managing partner, he came to believe that most firms operated under a broken business model.

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The Buffer At Liberty University, Jerry Falwell Jr. has a secret weapon for muffling student dissent. LYNCHBURG, Virginia— Micah Protzman was a junior at Liberty University the first time he was summoned to David Nasser’s office.

Apocalypse Becomes the New Normal By Paul Krugman

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Apocalypse Becomes the New Normal By Paul Krugman Jan. 2, 2020 We’re already in the early stages of climate crisis. Australia is experiencing a catastrophic fire season.