Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Curation, done well, takes a lot of time

A comment from this excellent blog post describes one of our core values here at Docket Navigator:

"Curation has to be tough and time-consuming. . . . The few (small minority of) people who do it well spend a lot of time doing it." Venkat Balasubramani, on the Exactly what do you mean by “curating”? blog post by Jason Wilson

In addition to a number of complex and proprietary automated processes, Docket Navigator invests approximately 20-26 human hours per day to sort, index and summarize a single day's events in the world of patent litigation for publication in the Docket Report and archival in Docket Navigator.

This post came to our attention through Greg Lambert on Twitter (@glambert)

No comments: