Getting the Most Out of Your iPad During Litigation

Originally Published In “The Jury Expert” Apple’s sleek tablet has found its way into countless attorneys’ homes. Perhaps it began as a gift and now sits on the coffee table as an email portal or a fun way to read the newspaper. Or, maybe it has fallen into the hands of the children as a means for playing Angry Birds. While attorneys use laptops and iPhones for work-related tasks, the iPad often remains underutilized at the office. But the iPad has numerous useful applications for the courtroom that set it apart from a computer or a smartphone. The iPad is [&hellip

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NonProfits Benefit from Social Media

Sometimes as global audiences we get inundated with “causes” that we ignore those “Donate” buttons because we see them over and over again.  Unfortunately for Non-Profits, the offline blindness they have to overcome has now really become the same issues online.  What’s worse is that some of these non-profits are getting bad advice about just starting up websites and “they willcome”.  I’m sorry to break this to the non-profits, just building astatic website anymore – won’t cut it. Series of posters for Lilongwe Wildlife Center, Malawi. View all Today I stumbled across the story of the Mara Triangle thanks to [&hellip

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Brand and social media world

You need to register your brand and marks within the social media world. If you don’t grab your brand name on the various social media services out there, someone else will, and effectively Hijack your efforts. And the people who register your brand may say things that could damage your organization. Take some time to register your brands and trademarks on the various services. If you dont have the time, I can do it for you. Don’t wait or you may find that someone else has already taken them. Top Tier – Set up profiles, actively monitor for relevant content, [&hellip

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What’s the Frequency, Kenneth?

I’m not sure how appropriate the title to an R.E.M. song is to this column, but I needed a title. It’s the first thing that came to mind. Now, I can’t get the song out of my head. Actually, I should be asking, “What’s the frequency, Young-Bean Song?” Song is director of analytics for Atlas DMT. I spoke with Song, who believes his company has come up with a way to help online advertisers make the most of their impression delivery to maximize conversion rates and cost per acquisition. Optimal frequency has been considered from a branding perspective by companies [&hellip

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Turn Off Windows Security Center

Windows XP has a built in security center that monitors the activities or existence of Automatic Updates, Windows Firewall and virus protection provided by third party anti virus software. When one or more security component do not been installed, or been disabled or turned off, or not working, Windows Security Center will highlight the section in yellow or red for warning and critical attention. Security Center service will also pop up a warning message with red or yellow icon that your computer might be at risk at notification area (system tray). Security Center in Windows XP can be disabled or [&hellip

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xp-installing update 1 of 1

Google will have a bazillion different listing s for this, all complicated processes. Myabe i just got lucky with this one, but try it first! My problem was an install from windows update the often gets corrupted, xml4. Whenever I shut down my computer, Windows said it is installingupdate 1 of 1. It toggled between the message of “Installingupdate 1 of 1” and a don’t turn off the computer, it would shut down by itself. But it will stay on that until I force shut down, and still be there whenever I want to restart or shutdown. If this is [&hellip

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