I’ve been in film acquisition mode recently. Well, accidental acquisition mode. I was watching a film on blu-ray and realized there was a digital download available. Then I bought some chips and 2 cans of Pringles results in a free … Read more
Public libraries license a variety of content and are, in my mind, gatekeeping far more access points than the average library user can navigate. It was interesting, then to see that some of the apps have released new – … Read more
My presentation at the 2017 Solo and Small Firm conference yesterday covered the basics of protecting your digital law practice. It’s a familiar theme but I’ve noticed that I spend less time talking about technology these days, and far more … Read more
One of the benefits of an Android tablet is being able to compose email almost as easily as if I was at a PC. I have a number of e-mail accounts and was happily using Google’s GMail app up until … Read more
This is the paper I wrote for the 2016 Ontario Bar Association TechXpo. It covers what I think are essential or useful apps for lawyers practicing on the go. Most of them have little to do with the law, and … Read more
A tweet this week from Oklahoma’s law practice advisor, Jim Calloway, caught my attention. The National Institute of Standards and Technology is recommending that two-factor authentication no longer rely on text messages to transmit the second factor.
Two factor … Read more