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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Trial Briefs (an update on your intrepid blogger)

Trial briefs? I mean to say that I'll keep this brief, because I'm prepping for trial, working on several cases. Having to manage a lot of work is a good problem to have, generally.

So, a couple quick notes. First, if you do enjoy this blog (and I hope that's why you're reading this now), please consider this request to nominate Court Technology and Trial Presentation to the ABA Blawg 100. It’s possible that nobody else has done so yet, so I’d really appreciate it. Here's a link to my Blawg listing on the ABA site.

Next, I’ve just written a new article for Law Technology News, Is the iPad or Android Tablet Better for Law Firms?, in which tablet options for law firms are discussed, including the iPad, Samsung Galaxy, and BlackBerry Playbook.

Other items of note which I’ll cover in coming weeks include major updates to NoteTaker HD, Jury Box, and a new app called iTestimony, by the folks who brought us iJuror. Also, I should have an iKeyboard prototype to test soon, although I may not be able to review it until it’s ready for the public.

Finally, I’m giving away a Hard Candy iPad case. No big deal, not trying to gather personal info so I can spam-bomb you (that’s not my style), but just thought it would be cool to share one of the nice products I have received for review. Details are in Hard Candy: iPad Cases and Stylus.

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