Two recent tech posts at TechnoEsq.com.
For what it is worth, I finally went to a 'smart' phone; and the one I picked was the iPhone. It allows me to access
- my calendars (outlook at work, iCal on my Mac Mini);
- multiple email accounts (some solely at gMail for listserves, outlook at the office, and Mail on my Mac Mini);
- my contacts on both work and at home;
- my Sugar Synch files (which synchronizes files between apple and windows! and is available in the sky and on the road)
- my Evernote (which runs on both windoze and apple)
- my Drop Box files
- FastCase legal research
- Web browser using Safari
- and much much more
Enuff about me, here are two recent posts from Finis Price:
- Another Reason the iPhone is the Lawyer’s Phone
Not a week after finishing the final draft of an article discussing the iPhone’s superiority over phones such as the Droid and Nexus One (basically Android OS phones) for attorneys, an analysis by DisplayMate has revealed the Nexus One’s screen, while offering a higher resolution in icon displays actually lacks the sharpness and correct coloring . . .
Perhaps two of the best iPhone applications for attorneys, reQall and Evernote, are working in a partnership which should benefit all attorneys if not all mankind using an iPhone. If you’re not familiar with these apps, you should be and should stop reading this post and immediately download both from the iTunes store and then [...]