Tag Archives: Eric Mill

Attempt to trademark “Legal Hackers” is abandoned

On October 31, 2014, Legal Hackers LLC appears to have abandoned and withdrawn its application to register the term “Legal Hackers” as a federal word mark. Joshua Tauberer, as an opponent of the attempt to register the mark, co-signed the … Continue reading

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Mill: Following the FISA Court: New Website, New Data

Eric Mill has posted Following the FISA Court: New Website, New Data, at his blog. Here are excerpts from the post: Short version: The FISA Court has a new website, and @FISACourt is way smarter because I’m turning their entire … Continue reading

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DC Code Reunion Hackathon 2014: Results, storify, tweets, and resources

The DC Code Reunion Hackathon was held May 10, 2014, at Mapbox Garage in Washington, DC, USA. Here is a description of the event, from the registration page: In 2013, @tmcw organized a killer hackathon for the DC Code. At … Continue reading

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DC Code Reunion Hackathon, May 10, 2014, Washington, DC

The DC Code Reunion Hackathon is being held May 10, 2014, at Mapbox Garage in Washington, DC, USA. Here is a description of the event, from the registration page: In 2013, @tmcw organized a killer hackathon for the DC Code. … Continue reading

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Mill, Carbaugh, and Ngai build new legislative bill tracking system using IFTTT, at Sunlight Foundation

Eric Mill and colleagues at the Sunlight Foundation have announced a new method of tracking U.S. federal legislative bills, using a new channel at If This Then That. The channel is described in a new post by Jeremy Carbaugh at … Continue reading

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