Post by Patrick Torsney on Dec 18, 2009 12:26:32 GMT
I was a little bored earlier and seeking some meaning so, obviously, I asked the search function on the LSC website
I was amazed. It answered pretty much every question I typed in
Here are some examples:
'Disarray': gives you Improving Quality Workshops
'Chaos': gives you Fains evaluation report
'Is Carolyn Regan my mum?': gives you Focus 55. Who would have thought that!
'Is there a god?': gives you Invitation to Tender for the delivery of Immigration Advice to individuals detained in IRCs
I tried 'will I marry and have children' and it didn't return any results. However, I think this just shows how incredibly intuitive it is. It knows I have a spouse and a child. Incredible. If you try it, and are single, no doubt it will say yes or no
Just be careful though, most organisations and I imagine the LSC is no different, run reports and check what people have been searching for on their site as part of their website evaluation
If you try it, share the wisdom that was bestowed on you by replying to this message
Search- Taking the Michael Result- Press Release LSC names new Chief Executive Tuesday 1 August 2006
Search- Up yours Rsult CLIENT CARE LETTER - A&A
Search make love not war Result Focus magazine Issue 59 April 09 Recession Special Feature (8-13) We take a look at our strategy and how we’re working with providers to meet the challenges posed by the recession. Trainees back a legal aid future (pages...
Post by lordgreenform on Jan 12, 2010 10:45:36 GMT
the birmingham councils website was so confusing that some people set up an alternate website and it has turned out to be very popular and i think the council has actually adopted it . is this true? If so -- or if not so - have we got any PC whizz kids out there who could replace our beloved LSC site. Maybe its me but everytime i do a search I end with stuff that is very old. i never know what is up todate or not.