Rob’s then e-discovery blog was the first resource I came across when I began to inform myself about US legal and technical e-discovery developments. We have never met, though we must have been simultaneously in the same place at events like LegalTech, but have corresponded over the years.
The resources available from the Unfiltered Orange page include a weekly update e-mail, Twitter and FaceBook. The update covers the Top 25 eDiscovery stories, and if he happens this week to have put one of mine at the top of his list (Distinguishing workplace spying from data collection), that serves merely as a prompt to do something I have been meaning to do for some time, and point you towards his site.
Identifying, culling and filtering the world’s e-discovery stories is similar in many ways to the exercises which they describe – there are a lot of them and not all are worth looking for or looking at. I have the luxury of choosing only those which interest me personally. Rob Robinson’s self-imposed brief is rather wider and I am, as always, grateful for the pointers he gives to the stories which matter.