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17 Mar 2010, 7:37 am by LawTechPartners
Basic Word Processing Skills Along with words like "marketing" and "training" – "word processing" can make an attorney cringe. But in today's world, it is a critical, critical skill set.I often tell... [read post]
19 Mar 2011, 2:00 pm by annalthouse@gmail.com (Ann Althouse)
In case you wonder why people carry the signs they carry. Maybe they just got that from a friend.blog advertising blog advertising [read post]
7 Apr 2010, 4:28 am by Nerino Petro
Seth Rowland, Basha Systems, a Time Matters CIC and document assembly master has finally launched a blog on on document assembly named fittingly the Document Assembly & Case Management Blog. [read post]
27 Feb 2011, 9:06 am by annalthouse@gmail.com (Ann Althouse)
There's some NSFW language at the 50 second point. Meade took this video yesterday at the big protest march: blog advertising blog advertising [read post]
24 Feb 2010, 2:58 pm by Buce
I never saw (or read) Harry Potter so I had to look this one up:Dick Cheney has 5th heart attack. only two horcruxes remain.(But shouldn't it be horcruces?) Anyway, thanks, Margaret. [read post]
22 Jan 2011, 6:51 am by LawTechPartners
This one is short and sweet and pretty easy but I'm still astounded at the number of times I teach this to someone for the first time. We all know there's a lot of cutting and pasting that goes on in... [read post]
31 Oct 2012, 11:56 am
Top Comments at YouTube: Now he's plagiarizing from? porno scripts??And: He learned that saying? hanging around with Bill ClintonBased on Urban Dictionary, the porn meaning is inescapeable. The only alternative that I can think of is load of crap, which might be a more apt metaphor, but could not have been intended. [read post]
18 Jun 2010, 4:00 am by Randall Ryder
Microsoft has unveiled online, cloud-based versions of the Microsoft office components. If the computer you are using does not have those MS Office, it no longer matters, because can now access versions of MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint from the web. Are they the same programs? I have not used any of the programs exhaustively, but they [...] Using Microsoft Word Online is a post from: Lawyerist [read post]
31 Mar 2010, 11:54 am by Katie
A recent article on Law Technology News by Kim Walker provides the steps to using redaction tools in Adobe Acrobat (versions 8 or 9) and MS Word 2007. If you're using these tools, redaction can be a simple, safe process to prevent access to metadata or private information.How to Keep Sensitive Data Blacked Out [read post]
4 Nov 2010, 12:36 pm by lpcprof
Attorney E. McPan continues the discussion of magic tricks in the courtroom with these two posts, one from 2008, and one from earlier this year.  State:  I thought this was closing arguments. I apologize.Court: What is the objection?Defense:  My objection is he's disparaging myself, Your Honor, as being a magician. I'm not here as a magician. The judge overruled the objection. [read post]
14 Nov 2009, 9:39 am by Jeanne Hannah
Earlier this fall, I wrote about a column printed in the New York Times by Laura Munson - "Those Aren't Fighting Words, Dear." Munson wrote about sticking it out and seeing it through the "rough patch" with her spouse. [read post]
18 Jul 2010, 10:31 am by annalthouse@gmail.com (Ann Althouse)
This test might make you feel bad, but not me... because it kicked me out at question #1... which taught me the meaning of the acronym "waysa." Dr. Helen took the test, which told her she was a "classic beta." Among her minuses: cursing. Fuck that test.blog advertising blog advertising [read post]
31 Mar 2012, 11:21 am by Olivia
Television, Birthday, and Halloween may be added to a list containing certain four letter words.  The New York City Department of Education is looking into banning more than 50 words from their standardized tests.  Since it became public, the list has received criticism, but it is not unusual for them to limit words that are [...] [read post]
20 Aug 2011, 5:11 am by Lawyerist
The discovery of a document’s meta data could be detrimental to your case or contract negotiation. Here’s how to remove it. How to Quickly and Easily Remove Meta Data From the Archives: How to Remove Meta Data is a post from the law firm marketing blog, Lawyerist.com Related posts:Meta Data Defense in Microsoft Word Remove Metadata from Multiple Files with Batch Software Lawyerist LAB Update, Week of June 26, 2011 [read post]
27 Feb 2010, 2:08 pm by Buce
...which I first learned as a snotty 15-year-old and have misspelled as "bandinage" from then until five minute ago when I saw the dread red line under my misspelling."I need a nickel to call a friend.""Here's a dime, call all of them."bandinage badinage, circa 1952 [read post]
9 Jul 2013, 6:50 am by
The nice, little old lady has her own idea of how to do an interview, which is to include the word "dick" in every answer. When the family members try to prompt her — "You're blessed by God" — she adheres to her plan — "I'm blessed by dick." [read post]
13 May 2013, 7:19 am by hermankittycat
If automatic numbering in Microsoft Word drives you nutty, then you need Snapnumbers from the folks at Snapdone. Snapnumbers is a free Word add-in that allows you to number paragraphs naturally without regard to Word styles or the underlying format of … Continue reading → [read post]
25 Mar 2011, 11:38 am by Heather Morse (Milligan)
Grammar geeks unite, or take up arms! The new words are here!!! Making this year’s cut via the Oxford English Dictionary are Twitter and texting favorites: OMG LOL FYI And there are new meanings to old favorites, such as heart. As in: Foodies rejoice, Taquitos and California Rolls are not only yummy, but legitimate words [read post]
19 Nov 2013, 6:48 am by Steven M. Cohen
“Today Oxford Dictionaries announces selfie as their international Word of the Year 2013. The Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year is a word or expression that has attracted a great deal of interest during the year to date. Language research conducted by Oxford Dictionaries editors reveals that the frequency of the word selfie in the English language has increased by 17,000% since this time last year.” (via OxfordWords blog) [read post]
4 Mar 2010, 5:21 am by Buce
Clong, n. A rush of @#$! to the heart after hearing unexpected bad news."I almost clonged when the judge asked the question about perfection when no financing statement had been filed."Attributed to the late Bob Shutan, bankruptcy lawyer extraordinaire, by a former student.* Google "Define Clong," and you get nothing helpful, though Dictionary.com does say "clong" is "the imperfect of cling."*Who says it should be "v." But language is a living thing. [read post]