For the past two years, IT-Lex has been honored to advance the dialogue on all matters concerning technology law. Since our upstart beginning as a simple blog that could easily be confused for a college student’s tumblr feed, IT-Lex has published well over 1,000 blog posts, hosted the Innovate Conference in October 2013, awarded thousands of dollars in scholarship money to law students, and, most recently, published the IT-Lex Journal. Behind these successes, there have been sleepless nights, long weekends, and boundless effort from everyone involved in our not-for-profit endeavor. As they say, “All good things must come to an end.” After a great deal of thought and consideration, those of us at IT-Lex will be moving on to other endeavors. IT-Lex will discontinue operations on July 1, 2014, but we will leave the articles on our site up as an archive for as long as possible. It is our sincere hope that in some way, big or small, IT-Lex was able to help you, your practice, and the legal profession through entertaining educational materials, networking opportunities, or even simply giving you a good laugh in the middle of your workday through one of our more light-hearted posts. On behalf of Lexington (our robot mascot), and all of us at IT-Lex, it has been a heck of a ride . . . thank you for coming along with us.