I assure you that there is a relationship between the subject of this piece and Justice Information Management. Unfortunately, I'm not at all sure yet just what that relationship IS; but I'm positive it exists and that one day, I (and maybe you) will recognize it. The subject: Pokémon GO. Last weekend, while strolling through … Continue reading Information Management, Prepare to Meet Augmented Reality
One of the difficult, but necessary, aspects of successfully migrating courts to paper on demand is tracking down and making appropriate changes to anachronistic laws and rules that require, or are perceived to require, paper. I had assumed that the primary challenges were a) identifying them; and b) getting them appropriately changed. Never did it … Continue reading Who Is That Lurking in the Shadows?
The first time I ever heard of "fractals" was when the Manager of Programming arrived at a meeting wearing a tee shirt with an incredible design (not the one at left; but equally colorful and cool). I asked what it was, and he said, "A fractal". When I asked him what that meant, he said, … Continue reading Fractals, Chaos Theory, and the Courts