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Archives for August 2014
The Federal Courts Are Terrible At Being Paperless
PACER is getting an upgrade, which is great, but that means it is going to be removing a lot of old documents:
From an article in the Washington Post:
"NextGen replaces the older CM/ECF system and provides improvements for users, includ…
Has anyone just bought a PC instead of dealing with parallels?
I have a 7 year-old macbook running Windows 7 on Bootcamp. I use it for PC versions of Adobe Acrobat and Quickbooks, both of which are necessary for my practice, but I only use those programs once or twice a week. The computer is starting to slow do…
Migrating Old Software To A New Computer
My old laptop is just about quit. Does anyone know how I can migrate my expensive software that requires software keys over to a new computer? I want to bring over Microsoft Office, Adobe PDF, and Quickbooks among others. Also, I do have my comput…
Are Android Tablets Dead?
Jeff Taylor, the "Droid Lawyer," thinks so. You will get no dispute from me. Tablet sales are leveling-off or declining across the board (although here's some perspective). They are losing market share to phones. Tablets (read: iPads, Surface) are g…
Synology NAS Devies Compromised By Ransomware
Synology NAS devices have been attacked over the weekend by Synolocker ransomware that encrypts your data and demands about $350 to unlock it. Everyone with a Synology NAS, try to log in. If you cannot, then it is infected. In that case, turn off yo…