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Thursday, August 21, 2003


A colleague of mine recently sent an accidentally blank email to all our southern California attorneys, i.e., he hit send before typing in his text. It seemed a colossal waste of time to recall the blank message, so he didn't. The responses, of course, rolled immediately in:

  • "Your e-mails have become too brief."
  • "I agree completely."
  • "You have my vote."
  • "I recommend this person."
  • "I'll attend."

And my personal favorite,

  • "No, I don't know this proposed mediator."

Technology: funny whether it knows it or not.

[Unrelatedly related]: Dennis Kennedy has "a few thought questions about virtual law firms." [Via Ernie Svenson]

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