Good, Fast, or Cheap: Two out of Three Ain't Bad?
As researchers, we would like for the sources we choose to meet all three criteria. Unfortunately, this is a very rare occurrence. Quite often we must choose which two of these three characteristics are most important for our research needs.
Good and Fast
Good and Cheap
Fast and Cheap
Internet information can also be categorized as fast and cheap. Using any number of search engines, you can often very quickly find free information on your legal issue. Unfortunately, it may or may not be accurate. In fact, the very first site you find may say that the US Constitution was signed in 1984. Be aware that just because someone "publishes" a site, doesn't mean that the information contained within it is reliable.
Which Two to Choose?
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