LTNY 2008: The Once and Future Blogger?
Jim Eidelman was blogging on legal technology before there were blogs. As Ross Kodner points out,
[Jim] is one of the true
pioneers in the field of legal technology. With his firm, Eidelman Associates,
based originally in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Jim was one of the first legal
tech writers I remember reading while in law school in the early 80’s
(along with fellow pioneers, Rick Rogers, Al Moses, David Vandagriff,
Phil Shuey, the late and much-missed Jim Keane
We caught up with the paper-based pioneer at the bloggers' breakfast Wednesday morning. He tells us he's mulling a return to regular writing, this time in blog form. He's still got the right domain for it: Lawtech.com, a site he's left untended for years. A daily dose of Jim's historical perspective in the sometimes short-sighted tech world could be a great thing. And a bit of blogging might help boost his business cache in the process.
Posted by John Bringardner on February 7, 2008 at 01:41 PM | Permalink
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