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Newsletter articles from 2005
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
Lawyers, clients, jurors and court personnel have to be aware of the changing nature of technology and the use or abuse of that technology.
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
An overview of some solutions that users of Microsoft Outlook have available to them. Learn to filter junk e-mail and set up Rules to control how you want to deal with the onslaught of e-mail you receive each day.
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.