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Starry Night: Exterro's Iconic Experience

Created on February 8, 2016


Content Marketing Manager

Last week at Legaltech NY, Exterro's booth featured something decidedly low-tech: This year wee teamed up with Brian at Brickworkz, who was on-site doing a live Lego build, recreating Vincent Van Gogh's "Starry Night. At the end of the week we held a drawing, and Barbara Squires took home the Brickworkz artwork to Atlanta, GA. The fact that someone recreated a work of art out of those familiar little building blocks that all of us have encountered at some point in our lives is pretty cool all by itself. But it was no accident that we chose to have... Read More

Friday Funnies: Exterro's E-Discovery Meme and Cartoon Series (Feb 5th, 2016)

Created on February 5, 2016


Content Marketing Manager

We here at Exterro love E-Discovery! But it helps to have a sense of humor. So it's time once again for E-Discovery Friday Funnies! Each week, we post an E-Discovery themed meme and original cartoon (drawn by our own Luke Rolka). Feel free to share the fun with friends and colleagues to celebrate another successful week! Cheers! Don't miss out! Subscribe to Exterro's Blog today! Read More

Groundhog Day: Don’t Get Stuck When Collecting New Data Types

Created on February 2, 2016


Content Marketing Manager

Today is Groundhog Day, and while we all know of the tradition of Punxsutawney Phil's famous shadow forecasting the arrival of spring, many of us can't help but think of the 1993 film starring Bill Murray. In it, he plays a jaded reporter who finds himself stuck reliving the same day, February 2, over and over again, like some existential space-time gif where nothing he does makes a difference. The film plays off the fear that our future is nothing but more of the same. And certainly, that fear has some basis in reality: we are creatures of habit and cling to... Read More

Lego and Exterro: An Obvious Connection

Created on February 1, 2016


Content Marketing Manager

If you're attending Legaltech NY this week, you may notice something at Exterro's booth #130 which at first may seem decidedly low-tech: This year we're teaming up with Brian at Brickworkz, who will be on-site doing a live Lego build, recreating a well-known piece of art – which will be given away to one lucky person who visits us there. The fact that someone will be recreating a work of art out of those familiar little building blocks that all of us have encountered at some point in our lives is pretty cool all by itself. But it was no accident that we... Read More

Friday Funnies: Exterro's E-Discovery Meme and Cartoon Series (Jan. 29th, 2016)

Created on January 29, 2016


Content Marketing Manager

We here at Exterro love E-Discovery! But it helps to have a sense of humor. So it's time once again for E-Discovery Friday Funnies! Each week, we post an E-Discovery themed meme and original cartoon (drawn by our own Luke Rolka). Feel free to share the fun with friends and colleagues to celebrate another successful week! Cheers! Don't miss out! Subscribe to Exterro's Blog today! Read More

Judge v. Attorney: Exterro Releases its 2nd Annual Federal Judges Survey

Created on January 27, 2016


Content Marketing Manager

When you see something that is technically sweet, you go ahead and do it, and you argue about what to do about it only after you have had your technical success. --J. Robert Oppenheimer The digital age is sweet. The things that are a part of everyday life today were only sci-fi realities a few years ago. But the problem that comes with any age of advancement is the need for debate and analysis. Too often, the goal becomes the great feat that lies just out of grasp—crossing an ocean by galleon or by text message—and the goal of understanding the... Read More

Help is on the Way: Technology Assisted Review (TAR) in E-Discovery

Created on January 26, 2016


Solutions Consultant

It was not terribly long ago that electronically stored information collection and subsequent review looked a lot like this: gather up printed emails, scan them into the system with optical character recognition (OCR) set to “on," and through a rudimentary set of search tools, try to find responsive content. Or, perhaps those “paper emails" showed up in a big binder and the task was to flip through one-by-one, classifying the item, its keywords, and potential relevance in an accompanying spreadsheet which would then be turned over to a supervising attorney. Believe... Read More

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