Monthly Archives: September 2008

Social Networking site

Yesterday (Sunday 28th September), I started a social networking site at Soon the site will be just There is also an iADRt (international ADR tribunals) ‘badge’ located on this blog right hand side menu. Do visit and join for free and welcome any views/comments.

An insight into what could emerge from even a ‘spillover’ event ran loosely based on the Open Space Technology (OST).

The ‘spillover’ event is the BCS BarCamp5 Spillover held on Saturday 28th September at the BCS Office in London. I was notified of the BarCamp event just two days before the planned event. Before the actual day, it seems to be a momentous event for the BCS as reported in the BCS blog. Having attended [...]

Our ever growing information intensive lives

My friend, Conrad highlighted an interesting article to me: Web Science: Studying the Internet to Protect Our Future Studying the Web will reveal better ways to exploit information, prevent identity theft, revolutionize industry and manage our ever growing online lives. By Nigel Shadbolt and Tim Berners-Lee I am aware that there are couple of ‘closed’ [...]

e-book on e-discovery

Found an e-book style presentation on e-discovery. Just the same old content i.e. the US stuff on the FRCP, e-mails, retention policy, technological tools for search and guides etc. Flip through the nice charts and the articles and go straight to pages 20-21. Spot anything interesting? BTW you can also download a pdf version, how [...]

A Conference for ‘up & coming’ arbitration practitioners – Establishing Your Case in International Arbitration

No E-Documentation or edisclosure mentioned on this ICC UK / CIArb joint conference. Perhaps the ICC UK and CIArb do not wish to remind those wishing to refresh their knowledge of evidence and legal submissions on the ‘growing issue as a result of the electronic exchanges of documents between parties’. Surely the ‘growing issue…’ as [...]

Juris Conferences : Second Annual Electronic Evidence and Disclosure in International Arbitration

I attended the First Electronic Evidence and Disclosure in International Arbitration held in New York at the end of January. My comments are posted under New York The Second Annual Electronic Evidence and Disclosure in International Arbitration will be held in London on 2nd October. For the details checkout the Juris Conferences site I noticed [...]

Meltdown, Woes and Airport Spotting

The news of yesterday caught my attention. The ‘connectivity’ failure or ‘meltdown’ of the London Stock Exchange due to the weekend technical changes.  Mmm the meltdown did not concern me (not nowadays..) but it sure brought back memories of my programming days when I had to do coding and testing for trading platforms..Yeah sure was [...]