Randy Holloway has made the second show of his Unfiltered Podcast available. I was honored that Randy invited me to be the guest for the podcast. We had a good discussion about the sometimes wacky world of lawyers and technology, including topics like Tablet PCs and OneNote, electronic discovery and the uneasy relationship lawyers have with technology and how vendors might better provide and sell tools to lawyers (or, perhaps even better, to clients of lawyers).
As always, it was a lot of fun to have a conversation with Randy, who is a tech person who really understands the implications for of technology for lawyers (in fact, while we recorded the podcast, Randy admitted that he almost went to law school).
Randy will be involved in the big SQL Server 2005 rollout coming later this year and I think I talked Randy into helping me learning enough about what can be done with SQL Server to do a podcast later this year about the implications for the SQL Server in the legal profession.
I encourage you to listen to the podcast (and Randy’s show #1) and subscribe to the feed for Randy’s blog.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://ww.denniskennedy.com/blog/)
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