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Legal Geekery Podcast — Episode 32

by Joshua Auriemma September 18, 2012 Podcasts

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:25 — 24.5MB) | Embed Introduction It’s been months since the last show. What’s new? Josh’s journey from lawyer back to student (and lawyer consultant) is new! And don’t miss the scoop on Alice and Dallas. Josh will be getting the iPhone 5, no doubt shipping with [...]

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Episode 28: I Paid $12.4 Billion and All I Got Was This Lousy Patent Portfolio

by Joshua Auriemma August 25, 2011 Podcasts

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 32:42 — 44.9MB) | Embed As always, if you like what you hear, PLEASE support us by taking one minute of your time and reviewing us on the iTunes store, or (especially) writing a little review on iTunes. It helps people find our podcast, and more importantly, [...]

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Think Adobe’s Acquisition of EchoSign Means Easy Digital Signatures? Not So Fast.

by Joshua Auriemma July 21, 2011 News
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Most of us [legal geeks] dream about a day where we’re presented with a minimalist solution to electronically signing documents. Adobe’s recent acquisition of electronic signature company EchoSign was rumored to be the beginning of just such a scenario. Adobe is allegedly gearing up to integrate the technology into Adobe Reader—and in the not-too-distant future. [...]

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Some of the Clients Weren’t Even Ready for It

by Laura Bergus November 14, 2010 Featured

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 36:23 — 33.3MB) | Embed Episode 19: WaPo’s Hashtag Purchase, Firesheep/Blacksheep, Inferential Ads, and More.

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Jungly Forest Not Required

by Laura Bergus August 25, 2010 Legal

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:02:24 — 57.1MB) | Embed Episode 17: Josh Gets a Job! Net Neutrality, Facebook Places, Law School Haikus and More.

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IBM Seeks Patent on “Autoblogging” Remote Control for Your TV

by Laura Bergus September 1, 2009 Geekery

Apparently, IBM thinks we’d be better off having yet another remote on our collective coffee tables: this one that is web-enabled and automatically tells the world what you are watching on TV.

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