Day two at ABA Techshow is turning out to be even more informative and exciting than day one.  Thomson Reuters hosted six Lunch & Learns, plus we checked out sessions on predictive coding for productive practitioners and mobile collaboration.

David Pogue gave a dynamic keynote presentation, where he talked about disruptive technologies and augmented reality apps (i.e., pointing your phone at a sign in Spanish and it gets translated to English, pointing your phone to a person and getting all their social media contacts). He also mentioned his Take Back the Beep campaign to eliminate instructional messages on voicemail, and how the incoming generation only operates in real time (i.e., no voice mail or email). His presentation can be summed up in one sentence: “The ubiquity of the mobile phone combined with the people power of Web 2.0 is changing the way the new generation communicates.”

Watch for our interview with David on Monday.