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Monthly Archives: May 2008
Not so long ago, the federal court clerk refused an efiling and requested it be refiled… the problem? The pleading had a scanned signature on it which showed up in nice blue ink and the federal efiling system required black … Continue reading
The Mac Lawyer has a guest post article by G. Ware Cornell Jr about his jury selection spread sheet using iWork ’08′s Numbers program. While it might not precisely fit your practice, just seeing the template created by Mr. Cornell … Continue reading
Boost Your iCal ToDo List. The iCal todo list, love it hate it rinse repeat. The best part of iCal’s todos is the simplicity. But, iCal’s simplicity also makes it difficult to track projects/group todos in hierarchical order, delegate tasks, … Continue reading
MacLitigator has been a long time user of FolderShare, a short time user of SugarSync and recently obtained beta access to DropBox. Each of these services provide the ability to securely sync files and folders to multiple computers over the … Continue reading
Some time ago MacLitigator showed you how to use your iPhone for flash cards. Now, a genius in the blogosphere shows us how to use your iPhone to replace all those ‘club cards.’ In short, scan your membership card (local … Continue reading
Old Dog, Old Trick, New Trick A TUAW blogger recently posted about a ‘plug-in’ that provides the ‘missing’ thesaurus function on Leopard. Chuckling smugly with the self-satisfied knowledge that Mac OS X already had built in Thesaurus (and Oxford Dictionary, … Continue reading