Facebook Goes on the Offense on Passwords
It's pretty awesome that Facebook is doing this, and I hope more companies will follow suit.
Q: Doesn’t My Password Protect My Computer?
A: No. There are basically two “doors” to your computer. Your password only protects one.
It’s Time for Lawyers to Re-Think the Cloud
If you don’t use appropriate technology, you are doing your clients and your ethical obligations just as much a disservice as if you use inappropriate technology. Sometimes, the cloud is the right tool for the job, and sometimes it isn’t.
Dropbox Wasn’t Hacked, but You Should Probably Change Your Password
Dropbox says the login information being passed around are actually from other services for which the users used the same usernames and passwords.
Exude Professionalism: Get a Real Email Address
Email addresses from webmail providers are amateur-looking. Buy your own domain and set up a professional email address to grab your clients' attention and exude professionalism.
Could a Court Simulator Help Pro Se Parties?
Seems worth a try, actually.
Why Cheap Printers Will Break Your Heart In the Long Run
Printers aren't as exciting as smartphones and tablets, but they are far more important to a law practice. You will never be sorry if you spend money on a good one.
Ergotech One-Touch Free Stand Workstation Review
The Ergotech One-Touch Free Stand is a rock-solid, high-quality sit-stand workstation that raises and lowers with the touch of a button.
ToS;DR Teaches You The Terrible Things You’re Agreeing To On The Web
Terms of Service; Didn't Read aims to help you navigate the thicket of ToS and privacy policies that you click merrily past every day.
A Great Microphone for Webinars and Podcasts
I just did a short presentation via Skype for the Washington State Bar Association’s “Mission: Possible” conference, and the Twitter action was as much about my microphone as the substance of my talk (maybe substance is the wrong word, in that case). Anyway, for those who want to sound awesome over Skype and look good […]
Podcast: Legal Technology, Blogging, and the Future of SoloSmall Practice
A conversation with Daniel Gershburg about blogging, legal marketing, the misleading hashtags of legal tech conferences, and the future of solo and small-firm practice.
A Social Network for People with $9,000 Burning a Hole in Their Fancy Pockets
For just $6,000 to join and $3,000 per year, you get to participate in what looks like a pretty mediocre user experience and a small community of people who — let's be honest — are probably douchebags.
Abacus Private Cloud: Desktop as a Service (DaaS) for Lawyers
Abacus Private Cloud offers the best of of your local machine with the flexibility of the cloud. For those of you thinking about making the move, Abacus offers a private cloud that may fit --- and cheapen --- the bill.