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July 30, 2009

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James C. Roberts III

Good idea but even better is Goofram, which I thought at first was a clever spoof; even after a week or so of using it I am not sure!

W/A is still a little limited, especially for legal terms (W/A does not know what to do with "indemnification provisions") but one of its secrets is that it is "self learning."

Still, the mash-up is great. I used W/A last week to calculate some royalty payments, an amount for liquidated damages and a severance package, while looking at various terms on those topics generated on the Google side of the page. However, for "severance package" W/A gave me two movies--"Severance" and "The Package." That was NOT billable time!

James C. Roberts III

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