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Hello folks and welcome once again to the E-Discovery for FDCPA Pro Se Litigants Internet Radio Webinar. I am your host, Anthony Johnson.
In this episode we will discuss how electronic evidence differs from paper evidence. Because of its informal nature, electronic mail has encouraged senders to write unguarded, unwise and sometime inappropriate comments. Digital evidence takes on a very different and distinct characteristic than paper evidence and is not just text or data, but also includes audio, video, and graphics.
Electronic data contains something that is called "metadata" or data about data. This data is valuable information about the electronic data and is hidden from the printed copy of the electronic file. Metadata will tell:
the means of creation of the data purpose of the data time and date of creation creation or author of the data location on a computer network where the data was created standards used to create the data The metadata can be viewed for unguarded comments by the authors of the documents.
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"We would like to think that we are taking paper across the electronic divide."
Out of a discussion that was rich with interesting insights regarding the concept of the paperless office, Invu's Stuart Evans' words about crossing the electronic divide stood out for many reasons.
The fact is that while the paperless office has been predicted for more years than I can remember Evans, and Colin Miller from ABBYY, joined me to talk about the inevitability of paper and the importance of incorporating as opposed to eliminating it from the business landscape.
Salmon Cupid, born in the Caribbean Republic of Trinidad and Tobago (T&T also affectionately referred to as Trinbago), fell in love with and learned to play the steelpan there. He began formally playing with St. Augustine Senior Comprehensive School where he led the band in several music festivals and competitions. Under his captaincy, St. Augustine won the Panorama competition and walked away with first place at the Steelpan Music Festival. He also made several international tours with the school to Europe. His experience on these tours confirmed that his idea of the electronic steelpan was crucial to the progress of steelpan.
In 1994, Salmon was selected by Pan Trinbago to be the Steelpan Cultural Ambassador as part of the demand by schools internationally to teach and expose the steelpan in Canada. He accepted that opportunity to expand his horizons. It led to his decision to relocate to Canada where he currently resides.
In 2000, he boldly entered a steelband in the Kiwanis Music Festival in Toronto. For the next 6 years the band consistently won the competition. Also in 2000, with the support of the students, parents, teachers, and community at large, he founded an alumni band, the Toronto All Stars Steel Orchestra (TASSO).
The steelpan is an acoustic musical instrument indigenous to T&T. In honor to the pioneers who originated and developed the instrument and art form, he strived to remain mindful and respectful of the pioneers. To get a better sense of the instrument, click on this link.
To view a video of the debut of Salmon's invention, the e-pan, in concert, click here.
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"God always provides the evidence"
8 For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: 9 Not of works, lest any man should boast. 10 For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them.
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In order to maintain privacy and confidentiality, there are rules of access to Electronic Health Records (EHR) that can sometimes present barriers to delivering the best care.
Tracy Zervakis and her daughter recently had quite an adventure trying to get the right medicine at the right time, and ran into several roadblocks imposed by the access rules around EHR at her hospital.
While it sounds like a good idea to restrict access to those with a "need to know," in practice it sometimes get in the way. Perhaps we need to re-think those rules, not only for the events in a peaceful day at the office, but also in an emergency.
Joyce and Mike speak with Tracy about her adventure and about ideas for improving the flow of medical information to patients, to emergency personnel, and to all those who really do "need to know" in order to deliver the right care at the right time.
What kind of scary new world are we heading towards when “prosecutors can identify the target first, and then try to find a crime?” The Wisconsin "John Doe" proceedings are just case-in-point of fishing expeditions looking for a gotcha with no real evidence. William Jacobson discusses this issue.
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.
Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting.
But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree!
If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
There was a dude recently who challenged atheists to prove god does not exist. To illustrate the flaw in this thinking, I'm reminded of an old debate blog I did years ago. A far less charismatic person gave me the exact same challenge. This brought about a new religion I made up that involved a dragon in my pants, and the Super Mega Awesome Dragon, later dubbed the SMAD.
Why is the demand to prove a negative stupid? Why should extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence? Why does no one believe I have a dragon in my pants when no one can prove I don't have a dragon?
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The SMAD aprroves