Here it is, as promised, my “movie” with Jason R. Baron. Turn on HD (upper right corner of the viewer) and view in full screen mode (lower right corner) for best results. Also, suggest you play the music loud on quality speakers.
This 6 minute 42 second video, entitled e-discovery: Did you know?, premiered yesterday in New York at LegalTech. It was shown just before my heated debate with Jason Baron and Jeane Thomas on search methods, critiqued by none other than Judge Paul Grimm. It appeared to me that Judge Grimm’s comments all strongly favored my positions, although we are still awaiting a formal ruling. No doubt a 128 page opinion will be issued soon after he has had an chance to reflect upon the merits of the Go Fish v. Where’s Waldo debate.
You are free to embed this movie in your web and otherwise use it however you like. It makes a good introduction for presentations and CLEs on technology or electronic discovery. It works best in a dark room with good speakers at high volume. I’ll also add it to YouTube soon, for further free distribution. For more information on the movie and how it came about see the interview that Jason and I gave to The Posse List: Putting the “tsunami of e-data” in perspective.
Did you know it took Jason and me six months to research and put this together? So, if you have a reaction to this movie, hopefully a good one, please do us a favor and leave a comment below.