Monthly Archives: October 2012

Review of Empirical Research Through Design

Design Research is one of those quirky phrases that I have a difficult time parsing.  Does design research mean that I am doing research on design (itself a tricky word as demonstrated in an article I co-wrote on “Is designing … Continue reading

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Hiding in Plain Sight

While walking on Fourth Avenue in Seattle on a bright autumn day (a route I walk quiet often), an array of multi-colored flowers caught my eye.  I admired their beauty on this sunny day and kept on walking.  About 20 … Continue reading

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A little eDiscovery Humor

As I step back into the world of legal eDiscovery, it is a delight to see that this market segment has finally achieved market notoriety – cartoons are showing up making fun of the work of our dedicated professionals.  CaseCentral … Continue reading

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Re-energizing “working” a grape harvest

My favorite fine wine growing time of the year is the fall grape harvest, crush, and fermentation.  I shook off my fall lethargy to go spend a couple of days with my favorite wineries in Oregon’s Willamette Valley – Archery … Continue reading

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