Publications

Articles From Todd H. Flaming

Creating a Small Office Network, Part II

By Todd H. Flaming
October
2002
Column
Page 553
Here's the hardware and software you need to network the computers in your office and increase your efficiency and productivity.

Build an Online Law Library for Free (Mostly)

By Todd H. Flaming
April
2002
Column
Page 211
The print law library is dead. Long live the Internet law library.

Technology Training: Why It’s a Must

By Todd H. Flaming
December
2000
Column
Page 723
You'll waste your investment in hardware and software if you don't invest some time and effort in training people how to use it.

ISBA Computer Book Brings You into the 21st Century

By Todd H. Flaming
August
2000
Column
Page 475
Find out how to put computers to work in your practice with this new book from the ISBA's Committee on Legal Technology.

Using PowerPoint to Power Your Argument

By Todd H. Flaming
June
2000
Column
Page 357
PowerPoint is a powerful, easy-to-use program that can spice up your presentation. And it's probably already on your computer.

Electronic Briefs: The Time Has Come

By Todd H. Flaming
April
2000
Column
Page 233
Here's how to create an electronic brief that includes exhibits, signed documents; everything you'd include in a paper version. For an example, see /ibj/apr00lj/ebrief.pdf.

Cell Phones and the Next Big Thing

By Todd H. Flaming
February
2000
Column
Page 107
Cell phones are about to take a quantum leap in power and functionality — maybe you’d best sit tight until they do.

How to Produce Computer Data in Discovery

By Todd H. Flaming
October
1999
Column
Page 555
Requests to produce computer data are increasingly common; here's a primer on how to comply.

Linux: The New, Free Kid on the Block

By Todd H. Flaming
February
1999
Column
Page 107
Could the Linux operating system become a serious alternative to Windows? Here's a review.

How to Survive the Year 2000 Computer Crisis

By Todd H. Flaming
December
1998
Column
Page 697
At least you don't need to build a bomb shelter ... or do you?

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