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Re: Adobe Professional vs. eCopy

Sat, 05 Dec 2015 19:36:05 -0000

eCopy is available for purchase without any other "scanning/copying" purchase, just eCopy Pro. And, it is MUCH cheaper than Adobe Acrobat.




Re: Adobe Professional vs. eCopy

Wed, 06 Mar 2013 14:36:19 -0000

Plus, e-Copy is terrific in Bates-labeling - over 1000 pages in minutes.  Using the same Bates-labeled document, e-Copy lets you "erase" the prior Bates information, and insert new Bates-names, numbers, etc.  E-Copy is terrific!




Re: Smokin Fast Internet… via USB dongle??? Sprint 4G

Tue, 28 Aug 2012 05:32:27 -0000

Thanks for sharing your opinion on 4G devices like 4G WiMax.




Re: Non-Lawyers Tweeting on Behalf Firms &/or Lawyers – CAUTION!

Tue, 27 Sep 2011 12:26:43 -0000

Yes you need to be very careful.

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Re: Lucy: the SUPER dog at Summit

Tue, 26 Jul 2011 04:33:46 -0000

Hi  ,This invitation is a little bit out of left field but sometimes the best ones are, right?I'm writing a book (!) and I'm looking for some real-world feedback from professionals who can tell me what is important to them, just to keep the book relevant.It shows how professional services like law firms can get themselves up to speed with what is going on in the rest of the world, quickly!If you'd be happy to add some intelligent touches to what I think will be a very useful book then I would be delighted to receive your input.In return, I would be delighted to send you the first copy of the book (signed) and I would like it if I could include your name as one of the contributors (only with your express permission)Many, many thanks in advanceWayne Butcher+61 2 8006 2144




Re: Adobe Professional vs. eCopy

Fri, 03 Jun 2011 12:41:00 -0000

Hi Brian! Unfortunately I haven't found eCopy to play nice with my new Windows 7 64bit machine so I've had to abandon it.  I do understand the Fillable Form issue, but it that case I would also open it in Acrobat anyway.  It doesn't prevent you from using Acrobat, it's just an alternate tool to help manipulate PDFs.




Re: Adobe Professional vs. eCopy

Thu, 02 Jun 2011 19:00:49 -0000

Generally I find eCopy a bit less user-friendly.  Also, fillable PDF forms are not fillable when opened in eCopy.  I don't know if that's a settings problem, but it should be automatic.




Re: Meet Alfred, My 2010 Lexus HS 250h

Wed, 11 May 2011 13:04:54 -0000

Thanks Staten Island RX! LOL, the LF-Gh is a bit out of my price range, so I'm not sure I'll do much homework on whether it'll be a good Lexus. All I can say is that from what I've seen it's BEAUTIFUL and a stunning piece of engineering!




Re: Meet Alfred, My 2010 Lexus HS 250h

Wed, 11 May 2011 00:58:06 -0000

Very good photo gallery shared by you above.
But currently a new Lexus model as LF-Gh is available in the market. Is it a good Lexus model?




Re: Meet Alfred, My 2010 Lexus HS 250h

Wed, 11 May 2011 00:58:03 -0000

Very good photo gallery shared by you above.
But currently a new Lexus model as LF-Gh is available in the market. Is it a good Lexus model?




Re: From Certifiable to Certified: The Thrill of Victory, the Agony of Defeat

Mon, 07 Mar 2011 18:20:10 -0000

I used the official ALA CLM Study Guide Ver 3. Also the Puget Sound Chapter offered a 6 month Study Course for CLM candidates or any other members who wanted to simply learn the content.

At this time I don't believe ALA is selling the study guide until further notice, however, you may be able to find an ALA member near you who has a copy. Hope this helps.




Re: From Certifiable to Certified: The Thrill of Victory, the Agony of Defeat

Mon, 07 Mar 2011 18:05:53 -0000

Can you tell me what you used as a Study Guide?




Re: To Avvo or Not to Avvo…

Mon, 06 Sep 2010 10:53:18 -0000

Avvo is one of the best website for free legal advance. Everyone get the answer to basic legal question from Lawyers, which helps

Thanks to Avvo




Re: Meet Alfred, My 2010 Lexus HS 250h

Mon, 30 Aug 2010 19:34:40 -0000

FYI, I did get the eDestination ALL setup! Thanks to Twitter, Lexus headquarters found me and my blog and called me last Friday to help walk me through the entire process. Now THAT is great customer service!! Thank you Lexus!!




Re: Meet Alfred, My 2010 Lexus HS 250h

Fri, 27 Aug 2010 09:19:32 -0000

VERY PRETTY & NICE




Re: Meet Alfred, My 2010 Lexus HS 250h

Thu, 26 Aug 2010 21:44:57 -0000

Pretty!




Re: “Permanence” of Social Media an Excuse for Refusal to Adopt?

Tue, 27 Jul 2010 14:27:52 -0000

Great, great post. But I may just be agreeing with you because I'm Gen X too, and also live my life pretty transparently. All it takes is a little common sense!




Re: “Permanence” of Social Media an Excuse for Refusal to Adopt?

Tue, 27 Jul 2010 13:52:25 -0000

Richard, thank you very much for mentioning, and linking to, my post. I appreciate that! I love what you've written about this topic. I share your traits of sharing and connecting publicly. It's just who I am too. I don't mind if people know my personality and my thoughts online as that makes a large part of what it means to know and work with me. I am with you in that I'm cautious not to post that which will haunt me later. Thank you for writing this post!




Re: Couple of points of interest about the AZ Immigration fiasco…

Thu, 24 Jun 2010 16:40:06 -0000

Thank you Joyce, for your feedback. Certainly there's plenty of "balance" needed in this conversation and likely we're seeing both extremes right now. But I commend you for reminding us that this issue is finally being discussed in an honest and open forum.




Re: Couple of points of interest about the AZ Immigration fiasco…

Thu, 24 Jun 2010 12:34:54 -0000

Hi Richard,

You make some interesting comments and I'm sure I don't have the answers to the questions you pose. Being married to a Korean-born U.S. citizen, the law in Arizona could have a direct impact on my family. People may believe that the only legal U.S. citizens who would be adversely affected are Latinos. That's not the case. So, while I admit your comment about blond hair gave me goose bumps, your point was well made.

As a long-time resident of Arizona I wanted to comment that I can see both sides of the immigration issues we are facing here. Arizona's issues are also felt in my home state, Texas, and our neighboring states, New Mexico and California. Whether or not the Arizona law is upheld, SB 1070 has certainly brought this discussion front and center. I believe that you can't solve a problem that you don't acknowledge and discuss. So the one thing that I am happy about is that the discussion is open and active.

Yesterday, President Obama requested up to 12,000 National Guard Troops and $500 million in funds earmarked to protect our southern border. I have three thoughts on why he may have made that request:

1. The federal government is finally admitting that they must take more responsibility for our southern border.
2. President Obama is doing everything possible to raise the employment rate by fully employing those National Guard troops.
3. The federal government is hoping that this will appease Governor Brewer and that she will back off.

This is not a multiple choice question so some weight may be attached to each point.

We live in interesting times and I look forward to finding out how the various legal issues will play out in the courts, in politics, but most importantly for people, like me, who reside in the State of Arizona.




Re: Couple of points of interest about the AZ Immigration fiasco…

Tue, 18 May 2010 13:36:25 -0000

I would also add information regarding the crime rate in border states: it's gone down in the last decade. Source: http://mediamatters.org/res...

Additionally, for those people saying illegal immigrants should just "wait their turn" and go through the process like everyone else, I direct you to this chart that shows precisely how screwed up our current immigration process is: http://reason.org/files/a87... . In other words, the migrant labor that EVERYONE depends on for lower produce prices (among many other things) could NEVER get here legally. Period.




Re: BlackBerry Abandonment?

Mon, 17 May 2010 20:59:24 -0000

I'm a gadget addict as well. I spent 18 months in love with my Storm (still have the 1st version), then I coveted an iPod Touch. I finally got one in an orgy of spending and fell in love. I moved all my school email to the Touch and started using it for all school-related business. It got kind of hard to touch my BB. That's moderating a bit more since the iPod requires WiFi to be able to use it and I'm often away from WiFi now that I'm not constantly on campus.

Anyway, Seattle is one of the fortunate areas of the country with 4G coverage. That would be attractive to me. Sprint coverage is really good in cities, but starts to get kind of spotty in less populated areas (no 3G in the Idaho town my parents live in for example). But Verizon has 3G just about everywhere except the most remote locations. If you don't spent time in rural areas, it looks like you're making a good choice.

I'm interested in hearing about your opinion of Droid and Sprint. My contract with Verizon expires in a few months and I'm sure to be jonesing for a new device.




Re: BlackBerry Abandonment?

Mon, 17 May 2010 19:35:40 -0000

I feel you on the Technology envy, but I dont want to give up my BB functions. They just need to make a large touch screen with sliding keyboard, and all the wizbang apps that the fancy phones have.




Re: About the Author

Fri, 16 Apr 2010 15:42:14 -0000

Hi Richard,

As you might be aware, Charlene Li has a new book, "Open Leadership" releasing next month. We noticed that you were kind enough to review "Groundswell" after it's release and we were curious if you were interested in receiving a galley copy of "Open Leadership" in consideration for a review?

If you would like to receive a galley, in exchange for a review, simply go here: http://bit.ly/OLgalleyrequest to fill out your shipping information. Once received, we'll get a galley mailed out to you asap.

Thanks so much for your consideration!




Re: Adobe Professional vs. eCopy

Thu, 21 Jan 2010 14:12:39 -0000

Not sure which is a better tool better for removing metadata, however, stripping metadata appears gives rise to spoliation issues. Check out In Re Payment Card Interchange Fee and Merchant Discount Antitrust Litig. , 2007 WL 121426 (E.D.N.Y. Jan. 12, 2007).