If you’ve got a monstrous, old, and unhygienic MaxiPad hanging around, we’ve got some time-tested tips on what to do with it.
We get a lot of questions about what a law practice should do in the event of a full-out apocalypse. Thus, we begin our Law Practice Apocalypse series.
Another in the Big Legal Brain Attorney Profile series, this time focused on the fascinating world of lawyers and technology.
While we’ve never actually been able to touch an iPhone, we recently obtained a leaked promotional image of the phones side by side. We’ve carefully examined the image and now have an infographic that quickly explains the differences between the two phones.
There are good and rational reasons not to get rid of your Commodore Amiga. Here are some of those reasons.
Our Power Tips series focuses on the fundamentals of a modern law practice, like how properly to double click on a folder.
Recognizing an obvious and crying need for calculating things, we are excited to announce today the availability of the C. Hank Index Metric for Professionals, or CHIMP for short.
Because degaussing battleships is above your pay grade, concentrate on how to degauss officer computer monitors and other stuff, including staff.
Nascent metadata is data that does not yet exist but could exist if the right conditions develop. It is often referred to as fn-metadata. Here’s how to protect against its release into the wild.
An avatar can get you that coveted job, keep you in the know, or get you laid– but only if it follows certain guidelines and wears the right clothing and accessories. Not sure what to do? Here are five key things to remember.