Category Archives: Technology

eDiscovery Education

So, the other day I was reading an article about eDiscovery.  I do that a lot…it’s weirdly interesting to me.  While I was reading, I see a line about the embarrassing level of technical knowledge attorneys have.  This isn’t the … Continue reading

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A complete list of file types that cannot/should not be processed?

If you are a part of the Litigation Support community, you have no doubt been asked for a complete list of file types that cannot or should not be processed.  What was your answer? My answer has always been:  There is … Continue reading

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The Wow! Signal

Have you heard of the “Wow! Signal?”  Before today, I had not.  Take a look at a couple of these articles about it and let me know what you think…extraterrestrial or something odd in the machine? Big Ear Radio Observatory … Continue reading

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Preserving Gmail for Dummies

Originally posted on Ball in your Court:
I posted here a year ago laying out a detailed methodology for collection and preservation of the contents of a Gmail account in the static form of a standard Outlook PST.  Try as I might…

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Outlook Email Expansion

Many believe that e-mail will often expand to double the size of the original PST or MSG.  That may very well be true, but have you ever wondered why? Many processing tools allow the technician to choose what format should be … Continue reading

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