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Ipad Apps

As you no doubt noticed, I have not blogged in a while. The reasons aren’t really important, but they include work and general indecision on what to blog about. I could have written about Escobedo, Loser Pays, Mandatory arbitration, or a host of other legal issues which have generally sickened me as to the state of law and accountability in Texas, but just decided to take a break and come back with a rant on these topics next time. During my break I became one of those Ipad people. I, of course justified it by stating how it would make me more productive, it would be easier to travel, etc. etc. I sent out e-mails asking for favorite apps for work and fun and then loaded them on my trusty Ipad2. Now I have dropbox, iannotate, goodreader, blackjack, facebook, etc. all loaded and ready, but still don’t understand how they all work. I am writing this blog on my laptop as I am nowhere near as fast on the Ipad. So here are my question and request: What is your favorite apps, why, what the heck do they do and how do you work them? I would really appreciate it if each reader could send at least one suggestion, even it is already mentioned.

Categories: Business Disputes
  1. Mo Taherzadeh
    January 4, 2012 at 12:16 pm

    I, too, am in the process of learning more about the iPad. The iPhone JD Blog posted recently about a book (“iPad at Work” by David Sparks) that may help us both. By the way, the blog discusses other apps that may be of use to lawyers. A recent entry discussed a mediation app, “Settled” that I have used. Anyway, here is the link to the blog: iphonejd.com. Now to your question: Fastcase is an app I use often at home to read cases (free legal research).

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