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In This Issue…
- Chair’s column
An introduction to the issue from Chair Ed Schoenbaum.
- IPad Pro – expensive but worth it if it meets your needs!
John Phipps identifies the pros and cons of this recently released tech tool.
- It doesn’t hurt to ask, and it may hurt not to ask!
Caregivers and agents should not summarily pay bills without reading them and perhaps questioning them from time to time.
- Tech tips
Author Don Mateer provides four suggestions to make your phone, computer, and e-mails a little more user-friendly.
- Another favorite app
Have trouble remembering all of your passwords? Try this password manager app.
- How to stay young
John W. Damisch spent his 90th birthday downhill skiing-- see the photo proof!
- Book review: Operation Greylord
This book is the story of rampant bribery and fixing of cases in the Cook County court system during the 1980s and '90s
- Book review—Schwerpunkt: From D-Day to the Fall of the Third Reich
A review of the book written by ISBA member and World War II historian Susan Gunty.
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