revUp | Issue 48: "Runtime Donates $532,000 of Software to New York Law SchoolThis is spooky.
How Revolution Helps Law Students Think More Logically"
InfoDepot 3.0 was the best commercial software product I ever used. It was just about to go 'cross platform.'
InfoDepot's early days was a law school darling. It was called, "Fair Witenss."
Chena, a company in northeastern PA was the publisher. That product found its way into the Village Compass Bundle that I instigated.
The company was sold to WestLaw. The product died. I almost went to Minnesota to get it off of the old Mac that were gathering dust. *ssholes.
Good for RunRev to get into the Law School setting. Perhaps they can get some hooks into the old ways of InfoDepot.