Panopticlick Shows How Easy Your Browser Is to Track – Privacy – Lifehacker
You’ve disabled cookies and opened a private browsing window, so you’re confident nobody can see what you’re visiting on the web. The Electronic Frontier Foundation begs to differ, and their Panopticlick webapp will show you how track-able you really are.
Hat tip to LifeHacker.
AirMouse – the mouse that fits you like a glove because it is one…or at least part of a glove. The wireless mouse utilizes an optical laser, and can run for a week without recharging. According to the company website, the clinically-tested product works by aligning itself with the ligaments of your hand and wrist. This lets you keep your hand in a neutral position, and transmits more of your vector force than would be possible with a regular mouse. Not only does this make it easier on your hand, but it increases your mousing speed and accuracy as well. The mouse is also designed to remain inactive until your hand is placed in a neutral, flat position, so you can easily go back and forth between typing and mousing.
Read full article at gizmag here
Visit the AirMouse web site here
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Wednesday, January 27
2010 Presidential Summit
Panels to explore social media and wrongful convictions
A lawyer uses her iPhone inside a courtroom to tweet a disparaging remark about the judge. A man is freed after 16 years in jail for a crime he did not commit due to DNA evidence proving his innocence. These two diverse, yet true-to-life, examples demonstrate how social media and wrongful convictions have each affected the legal profession in the past year and spurred significant discussion about important issues ranging from attorney-client privilege to how faulty identification procedures can lead to a wrongful conviction.
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Friday, January 29
HOD to discuss Code of Judicial Conduct
Chief Judge Lippman also scheduled to address delegates for the first time
The State Bar’s House of Delegates is expected to consider, on an informational basis, the report and recommendations of the Special Committee to Review the Code of Judicial Conduct when delegates convene today for the House meeting in Manhattan during the Annual Meeting. Other agenda items include committee and section reports.
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