"Live" Blogging at ILTA | Knowledge Management

ILTA is on.

In the spirt of going green, I thought that I would take my notes at ILTA on my laptop instead of on paper.  The keynote speaker, Tim Sanders, scared the heck out of everyone about the evils of using paper – and law firms are huge offenders.

Since I am taking paper-free notes and because there is free Wi-Fi here, I thought that I’d add the notes to the blog.  Disclaimer: my notes are rough, so forgive the typos.

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3 thoughts on “"Live" Blogging at ILTA | Knowledge Management

  • August 25, 2008 at 1:00 pm

    Looking forward to seeing your notes. I’m trying to follow the ILTA conference using an aggregated RSS feed for Google blog and twitter searches, doesn’t seem like there that much blogging/social media going on out there.

  • August 25, 2008 at 3:54 pm

    I second what Mike said. For those of us that were not able to make it to ILTA this year, it really helps to hear how things are going, and get feedback from attendees. Thank you for blogging!

  • August 25, 2008 at 5:27 pm

    Thanks for the comments, Mike and Brett.
    David Hobbie and Doug Cornelius (both of Goodwin Procter) are also live blogging (when they are not presenting). Their blogs are Caselines and KM Space, respectively. caselines.blogspot.com and kmspace.blogspot.com

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