The newsletter of the ISBA's Standing Committee on Legal Technology
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Adventures in PowerPoint
My firm, Spesia, Ayers & Ardaugh of Joliet, had an exciting year for a couple of reasons—mostly because we moved into our own brand new office building.
Beside the bar
Woulda. Coulda. Shoulda. Three little words to second-guess ourselves. Let me share with you one of my “shouldas.”
Beside the bar
All of us have become attached and even dependent on a variety of new tech toys.
As I sit here at my computer preparing for the holiday, I am struck by how much technology has simultaneously enhanced and complicated our lives.
Favorites is a new feature of the newsletter that highlights those programs, utilities, gizmos, gadgets, etc., that we love.
Tame unruly e-mail with rules
Managing electronic data has become critical to our success as attorneys. But for many of us, "taming" our e-mail is more of a sad joke than a reality.
VoIP replaces traditional land line phone service with a connection over the Internet.
What’s in your briefcase?
For the solo practitioner, technology too often is regarded as something nice to have, but not essential-especially considering the cost to obtain and implement it.
Wireless networking: Part 2
In the first part of this of this Article (January 2004, VOL. 11, NO.2), I discussed the considerations for wireless networking, including essential equipment and extras.