How I Preserve Website Evidence

The Steps I Take to Preserve Website Evidence at L&A Sometimes, the content I write for Lowenthal & Abrams crosses boundaries and might be of interest to those who read this site. Today I wrote about how I use a program called I use a program called HtTrack to preserve website evidence.

Try iExplorer to Preserve Client Text Messages on iPhones

How to Backup Messages from your iPhone: Try iExplorer I don’t encourage lawyers to communicate with clients about their cases through text message, but, if you are going to do so, you need to preserve those messages and put them in the client’s file. I am not talking about messages such as, “see you in five […]

Roomba Brush Clicking or Not Spinning?

Dog Hair and Roomba = Problems I have a Roomba 500 series. I also have two dogs. Until recently, I also had a lot of carpet.  Roomba + dogs that shed a lot + carpet = very sad Roomba.  It took me more effort to keep the vacuum running than it was worth. However, when […]

Presentation – Social Media and Ads – Marketing for Lawyers, Factors in the Cloud

Presentation – Social Media Marketing for Lawyers, Google AdWords & Facebook Ads and Factors in Picking Cloud Providers  

My Phone is Freaking Me Out

Google and my Phone are Freaking me Out a Bit   I have long accepted that my phone is following my movements. I get that I have given away a great deal of my privacy for the sake of convenience. But sometimes I am abruptly reminded of how much I have given away and how […]

Dictamus – New iPad Dictation App

Dictamus – iPad App Allows You to Send Your Dictation Out Automatically   I wish I had known about the Dictamus (Dictate+ Connect) app prior to the seminar I taught this past week on iPad apps.  I would have been quite happy to share it. Currently, Dictamus is only available for iPad, but I am […]

“Social Media and the Law” by Kathryn L. Ossian

Review of Social Media and the Law I have been remiss. It must be several months since the Practising Law Institute (PLI) asked me if I would review a copy of its publication, Social Media and the Law.  Unfortunately, time got away from me, and I am just finally sitting down now to write the […]

Makes Sure You Own Your Domain Name

Don’t Risking Losing Your Domain Name Imagine this scenario. Business hires web designer. Web designer registers domain name for business and creates and supports a website. Things are great until they aren’t. Business no longer wants original web designer. Web designer holds domain name hostage. Refuses to transfer domain until business does X. Normally X […]

Tech Report – PBA Solo and Small Firm Section

I am the newly appointed editor of the Tech Report, an electronic newsletter put out by the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Solo and Small Firm Practice Section. The Tech Report contains articles that are specifically of use to solo and small firm attorneys, but really can be useful to most anyone. The articles in this Tech […]

Update on Office 365

What is it Like to Have Office 365? I have been remiss. I promised to write a detailed post on Office 365, and I haven’t done so. Fortunately someone reminded me lately by asking. As I mentioned previously, I switched to Office 365 Small Business Premium in mid May. Previously, I used only cloud based […]