Speaking plainly about privacy

By Rick Colosimo / June 4, 2013 /

I saw an interesting article in the WSJ today on the idea of hacking victims “hacking back.” The concept is that if you’re hacked, you might hack the computer that hacked you to recover your property or identify the hacker and pass that info to authorities. The concept isn’t crazy (the article’s warning that hacking…

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Draft better contracts by paying attention to words

By Rick Colosimo / October 12, 2010 /

This post on the use of the term immediately, one of many similar explorations by Ken Adams, is the sort of thing that attracts me to contract drafting. There is a lot to be said for using the right language to convey an idea: language that is clear, concise, hard to misconstrue, and simple without…

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Clean up your writing by eliminating deadwords

By Rick Colosimo / January 23, 2009 /

Eliminate words no one uses from your writing to make it flow more smoothly.

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