While looking up the word “pled” in Dictionary.com, I discovered that we will soon be able to get a Dictionary.com app for the Apple Watch.
No. 1,139 The first Apple Watches are scheduled to ship on or about April 24. Like children anticipating Christmas, many can hardly wait. But the Apple Watch is not an expensive toy. It is a tool, a valuable one for people who are out and about, including busy lawyers. Time Management Ninja, a blog by […]
No. 1,138 Back in the day, Internet Explorer (IE) was the overwhelming favorite web browser, attaining its peak of about a 95% usage share in 2002 and 2003, according to Wikipedia. The article stated: “Its usage share has since declined with the launch of Firefox (2004) and Google Chrome (2008), and with the growing popularity of operating systems such […]
No. 1,136 A filler article in USA Today recently listed “small-time” lawyers as a professional group that will not exist in 15 years. It states that computers will take over the services presently being performed by these lawyers. Such predictions are not new. The age of artificial intelligence is dawning. The IBM Watson computer, which beat […]
No. 1,088 When somebody hands you a business card, notice whether there is a cell phone number listed. Ten years ago, few of us gave our cell phone number to strangers. Even after we stopped paying for incoming calls, we were careful about who could call us day or night, wherever we might be. Not […]
I use the instant message feature on my computer to display one or more messages on my desktop computer screen. Then I take and save a screen shot and save it to the desktop or a file. I can then print it out. The text is dated. You can also copy it to an email and send it to yourself or anyone else.
No. 957 There was a lot drooling in the offices of Biglaw partners the other day when rumors started going around about Google Glass, the camera and so-much-more weararable computer. It combines smartphone functions with a pair of spectacles. It takes pictures, can make You Tube Videos of everything you see, project information from the […]
No 878 If you are interested in using your iPad as a document scanner (I am) heres a link to a post on the subject from the Time Management Ninja. CLT
No. 849 Electronic discovery is so expensive that it has heretofore been confined to cases involving high stakes. However, a variety of technologies have emerged that sometimes enable searchers to cull out a vast number of documents. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported on a Virginia federal case in which the court authorized the use of Predictive […]
No. 801 As 2012 has just begun, and I have just passed the 800th post in this blog, a late New Year’s Resolution. Less paper. Lots less. Actually, I’ve been working on this one for a while, but now is the time to press onward and upward. I resolve not to send anything by mail […]keep looking »