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Law, technology, and the courts
Tuesday, July 22, 2003
8th National Court Technology Conference
I'm looking forward to speaking later this year at the Eighth National Court Technology Conference, or CTC8, on the topic of Building Better Public Access, (without breaking the budget). I'll be focusing on the use of weblogs to deliver public information about the courts, with a special emphasis on RSS and aggregators. I'll be airing some of the details of my presentation on this weblog between now and October, and I'll blog from the conference as well. Even if you don't plan to attend, you can enter your court's Web site in the Top Ten Court Web Site Competition. Before you do, check out the winners from CTC7.
Some details about CTC8. The conference will be held October 28-30 in Kansas City, Missouri, and will offer a variety of interesting educational sessions, including tracks for administrators, court officials and technologists. The showcase theatres and courtroom setups promise to feature all the latest wizardry. The exhibition hall will house plenty of vendors. As usual, meetings of various special interest groups will be meeting on topics such as XML, IT Auditing, Electronic Filing, Automated Court Performance Management, and many others. I also spoke at CTC7, and returned to the Court energized and having learned a great deal from my national and international colleagues. Perhaps this is the year blogging (at least of the official sort) will take hold in the courts. 5:17:52 PM [Permanent Link]
Welcome back John Robb
John Robb's Weblog is back online at a new location, and the need to change nearly 30,000 inbound links. It's no wonder he adds this lesson learned: "NEVER (under any circumstances) publish a weblog to a domain that you don't control." I've dutifully changed the links in the right-hand navigation, but what about all the old links to John Robb content? Is there some way to search and replace within Radio to change links in old posts? 10:22:56 AM [Permanent Link]
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