The friendly rivalry which exists between US and UK e-disclosure experts and commentators goes beyond questions like “Who can produce the most ludicrous excuse for non-compliance with the rules?”
Over the Christmas break, Gabe Acevedo of Gabe’s Guide to the e-Discovery Universe published a photograph of the table outside his window, using the depth of snow on it as an index of the overnight fall. We may not quite have matched that depth last night, but we are catching up:
This morning’s weather is a severe test of resolution for one who likes to work at an open window:
Transport is something of a problem round here just now. If all else fails, these trusty steeds are a couple of minutes away:
Port Meadow is a dusty plain in summer and a lake in winter. Today it is a snowy waste land:
Normal service, in the form of words rather than pictures, will be resumed shortly.