Sony Digital Paper, A Useful Tool

Michigan Bar Journal – November 2014: As a child I thought my Swiss Army Knife was the most useful tool in the world. Packaged into one device were knives, a screwdriver, a can opener, a pair of scissors, a fork, a nail file, a toothpick, and, my personal favorite, a corkscrew. As a nine-year-old scout, […]

Document Management Systems 101

Michigan Bar Journal – July 2014: There is nothing worse than not being able to find the thing you need the moment you need it. A few weeks ago, I had to have my car towed. Just before the car was towed away, I went through my mental checklist to make sure I had everything […]

Mastering the Tools of Your Craft: The Five Don’ts of Billing and Accounting Software

Michigan Bar Journal – May 2014: Have you ever observed a master craftsman at work? Whether watching a mechanic diagnose the problem with your car, listening to a musician produce hair-raising melodies, or witnessing a carpenter turn a pile of boards into a work of art, there is something special about watching a person create […]

Defining the Cloud: Access to Everything Everywhere

GPSolo eReport – November 2013: “What does he look like?” This is the question somebody asks you when they want to know what another person looks like. The problem is, it is nearly impossible to describe a person’s physical attributes in a way that the listener creates an accurate picture in their mind. In order […]

Top 10 Most Frequently Asked Legal Technology Questions

TechnoLawyer – October 29, 2013: You probably joined TechnoLawyer at least in part because you have legal technology questions. In fact, TechnoLawyer publishes a newsletter called TL Answers entirely devoted to answering questions submitted by TechnoLawyer members. As a legal technology consultant, I receive many questions from the lawyers and staff at small law firms. […]

The Ideal Technology Team

Technolawyer – September 25, 2013: I was 17 the first time I experienced the truth behind the adage, “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” A dozen of us in total spent months training at the outdoor camp preparing to traverse 72 miles in a three-day hike on the Appalachian Trail. Our […]