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Phantom Menace: 4 Signs of Disruptions in Legal Technology

Phantom Menace: 4 Signs of Disruptions in Legal Technology 1800 1000 Raymond Blijd

The real challenge lies in where to shift to or how to disrupt. What are the signs?

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A Dynamic and Intuitive Legal Research Experience in a Automobile

A Dynamic and Intuitive Legal Research Experience in a Automobile 1021 643 Raymond Blijd

While voice recognition still seems tricky at times, Apple’s Siri brings us one step closer to doing legal research anytime..including during driving.

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Legal Research On Your Television Screen

Legal Research On Your Television Screen 1337 765 Raymond Blijd

Here’s why we should build legal research tools for the biggest screen we own.

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Concept Zepp: Solving Personal, Research, and Social

Concept Zepp: Solving Personal, Research, and Social 960 540 Raymond Blijd

The challenge many knowledge professional face is that they have a multi-verse of applications to do research tasks in sequence and within one workflow. In this app, you can.

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The Dogs of Legal Search: Facts vs Concepts

The Dogs of Legal Search: Facts vs Concepts 1024 640 Raymond Blijd

Are search engines getting too “easy” to use? Is the “dumbing down” of legal search engines a real threat to the quality of legal research?

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LegalComplex Library: Concept of a Modern Library

LegalComplex Library: Concept of a Modern Library 1132 506 Raymond Blijd

The library was effectively replaced by a search engine. LegalComplex Library is an attempt to rekindle this enchantment in a new era.

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Burning Filters and Popping Bubbles: The Personalization Paradox

Burning Filters and Popping Bubbles: The Personalization Paradox 834 472 Raymond Blijd

“It’s not information overload. It filters failure.”

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Needles & Magnets: What’s wrong with legal research today?

Needles & Magnets: What’s wrong with legal research today? 2048 1152 Raymond Blijd

It seems obvious that the current approach to legal research is fundamentally flawed

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Did You Just Call Me a ‘Customer’?

Did You Just Call Me a ‘Customer’? 1920 1080 Raymond Blijd

In a business to business market (B2B), we often refer to ‘the Customer’ as the End-user which is not necessarily the case.

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Pleasant Habits vs. Tedious Tasks

Pleasant Habits vs. Tedious Tasks 1920 1080 Raymond Blijd

How do you turn it into a solution which gets users away from paper and onto your services?

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