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Case Analysis Using Timestream Well designed and smooth interface. A nice approach to viewing cases from a chronological perspective and virtually no learning curve. Features a bit limited on the 1.0 release given for review and few quirks. Lawyers looking for … Continue reading
Over at MILO, members occasionally ask how/what/why one might use DEVONthink Pro for chronologies. Here’s a picture. By the way, the screenshot was created and annotated using Skitch, a really awesome and free screen grab utility that works well with … Continue reading
The DEVONthink To Go app for iPad has been out for a while now. The app ‘syncs’ a selected set of data from any DEVONthink database over to iPad. After testing for a week or so now, the app is … Continue reading
A new update for DEVONthink Pro just released with…. support for syncing to an iPad or iPhone. The new product DEVONthink To Go uses a wireless sync function, allowing you to selectively pick which parts of any particular database get … Continue reading
Response to using the Applescript for Case Analysis led to some, ummm, issues to say the least. Some people don’t like the Applescript solution because it requires a full license for Adobe Acrobat Pro, others just can’t get the script … Continue reading
Adobe2Journler! Need to summarize some depositions? Need to summarize/build a chronology of a huge medical chart? Often litigators face the daunting challenge of collecting chunks of discrete facts/information from a diverse set of documents, usually Adobe PDF files. If you … Continue reading