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Librarian News Digest
Monday, July 25, 2016
Vol. 5, No. 147
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The temperatures are still soaring across the United States as we head into the heart of the North American summer. Soon the annual deluge of wide-eyed summer associates will be receding with the heat. Despite the thermometer's readings, the news cycle is still on a bit of a cool down. At least something around here is! This is summer vacation time for many of our readers. If you are among that lucky number, I hope that whatever you choose for your respite reinvigorates and inspires you. We have just over a quarter of the year remaining and a lot to do before we say good-bye to 2017. Are your Q4 plans taking shape? It will be here before you know it!

More Machina

On Friday, we featured some interesting insights on the latest developments at Lex Machina. Bob Ambrogi was the first to reach our feeds with the news. We knew then that this was big news and were not surprised to find additional postings regarding the service's expansion today. For your Monday reading pleasure, we offer Jean O'Grady's take on the matter. The folks at LexisNexis are undoubtedly enjoying the coverage. Let's see how the product fares among our colleagues and if the satisfaction is mutual. Check out the Dewey B. Strategic coverage at: Lex Machina Unveils Legal Analytics for Securities Lawyers.

Gotta Catch It All!

I really have to hand it to Nick Milton. Though the latest Pokemon craze appears to have taken the world by storm, I can honestly say that I did not expect to see it mentioned in one of our daily highlights. Yet he has managed to not only make it relevant, but to deliver us a lesson in the process. How do you take knowledge that exists only in the heads of its users (like the creatures everyone is trying so hard to catch on their smartphones) and make it available to others? It's not quite as simple as in the popular game, but Nick knows that it can and must be done. Put his recommendations in your Pokedex at: 3 ways to make tacit knowledge as findable as Pokemon.


Starting the week off right,

John J. DiGilio, MLIS, JD, Editor of Librarian News Digest
Senior Director of Research & Intelligence, LibSource - an LAC Group Company
Founder & Co-editor, TILT blog
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Top News

  1. Lex Machina Unveils Legal Analytics for Securities Lawyers, Dewey B Strategic, July 22, 2016
  2. 3 ways to make tacit knowledge as findable as Pokemon, Knoco Stories, July 22, 2016

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Legal Research

  1. CanLII Takes Over Best Guide to Canadian Legal Research, Library Boy, July 24, 2016




  1. Top Benefits of Outsourcing Print and Fulfillment, Iron Mountain Information Advantage, July 22, 2016



Knowledge Management

  1. Knowledge transfer requires interactions between people (quote), Knoco Stories, July 24, 2016
  2. Mindbreeze Forms Strategic Partnership to Expand Enterprise Search, KM World Research Center: Legal, July 22, 2016
  3. Nuance to Acquire TouchCommerce for $215 Million, KM World Research Center: Legal, July 22, 2016
  4. 3 ways to make tacit knowledge as findable as Pokemon, Knoco Stories, July 22, 2016
Content Management

  1. Global Yet Local: Uniquely Customizing Content, Econtent Magazine Blog, July 22, 2016

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