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Baseball, search engines and the Supreme Court

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Creating the Oyez Project multimedia archive involved analyzing recordings of almost 14,000 hours of oral arguments heard by the Supreme Court.

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Screenshot from ISCOTUSnow.

Screenshot from ISCOTUSnow.

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Screenshot from a mobile device showing an argument retrieved from The Oyez Project.

Screenshot from a mobile device showing an argument retrieved from the Oyez Project.

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Screenshot of the ISCOTUSnow mobile app

ISCOTUSnow creates sound bites from oral arguments with a single touch.

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Users can create collections of soundbites with ISCOTUSnow.

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