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Notice Anything Different? – eDiscovery Redesign

Besides the fact that this is a rare Saturday post for us?

If you’re an email subscriber to eDiscovery Daily, you may have noticed something different in the past few days – a new design for the blog!

After nearly 4 1/2 years and over 1,075 posts, we decided it’s time to freshen our look. So, our new site has a fresher look, larger fonts for easier reading of the posts, even a new logo! We hope you like it!

Yet, while updating the look, we’ve maintained the overall layout to preserve the easy ability to look up topics by category or by month and we’ve preserved the search box to enable you to search for any topic you desire to find. Most importantly, we’ve preserved the entire catalog of posts so that the entire knowledge base that we have built over the last 4+ years is still available. During that time, we have covered about 250 distinct cases that relate to eDiscovery issues, so the case law knowledge base is significant. Yet, our case law library is less than 40% of our overall content, so we’ve covered much more in terms of trends, best practices and anything else worth discussing from an eDiscovery standpoint. It’s all still there for you.

And, we plan to continue covering these topics with a new post each business day. That’s what we do.

Our “opening” this week was a “soft” one as we were working on redirects for all of the existing pages (takes a while when there are over 1,000 of them) while switching our email “feed” over to the new site. We believe that we have the redirects all addressed, so consider this an “official” opening of the new site! However, because there are so many pages on the site, we may have slipped up here or there. So, if you see a page that has formatting issues or missing images or get a “404 – Page Not Found” error when trying to navigate to a particular page, please feel free to drop me a line at daustin@cloudnincloudnine.comm and let me know about it. I would appreciate it.

Onward to new topics on Monday! Have a great weekend!

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