eDiscovery Daily Is Eighteen! (Months Old, That Is)
March 21, 2012
Eighteen months ago yesterday, eDiscovery Daily was launched. A lot has happened in the industry in eighteen months. We thought we might be crazy to commit to a daily blog each business day. We may be crazy indeed, but we still haven’t missed a business day yet.
The eDiscovery industry has grown quite a bit over the past eighteen months and is expected to continue to do so. So, there has not been a shortage of topics to address; instead, the challenge has been selecting which topics to address.
Thanks for noticing us! We’ve more than doubled our readership since the first six month period, had two of our biggest “hit count” days in the last month and have more than quintupled our subscriber base since those first six months! We appreciate the interest you’ve shown in the topics and will do our best to continue to provide interesting and useful eDiscovery news and analysis. And, as always, please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic!
We also want to thank the blogs and publications that have linked to our posts and raised our public awareness, including Pinhawk, The Electronic Discovery Reading Room, Unfiltered Orange, Atkinson-Baker (depo.com), Litigation Support Technology & News, Next Generation eDiscovery Law & Tech Blog, InfoGovernance Engagement Area, Justia Blawg Search, Learn About E-Discovery, Ride the Lightning, Litigation Support Blog.com, ABA Journal, Law.com and any other publication that has picked up at least one of our posts for reference (sorry if I missed any!). We really appreciate it!
As we’ve done in the past, we like to take a look back every six months at some of the important stories and topics during that time. So, here are some posts over the last six months you may have missed. Enjoy!
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