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Today’s roundup from around the web on the use of the iPad, social media, and technology in law practice.
- iPad Apps to Boost Productivity at Your Law Practice – Writing for Law Technology News, Utah attorney Greg Hoole covers his favorite apps for for the iPad, including GoodReader, Evernote, Penultimate, and Rulebook.
- Windows on the iPad, and Speedy – Tech columnist David Pogue of The New York Times covers OnLive Desktop Plus, the latest third-party app for working with Microsoft Office documents on the iPad. No word yet on whether Microsoft will release official apps later this year.
- Quick Reminder: “Getting Started with the iPad: Tips for Attorneys” – Next week’s 30-minute webinar, “Getting Started with the iPad: Tips for Attorneys,” is still open for registration. We’ll cover the questions that readers ask the most: transferring documents, taking notes, and must-have apps for trial.
- Review of 7Notes HD Premium – Handwriting to Text on iPad – South Carolina attorney Bill Latham reviews a new optical character recognition app for converting handwriting to text with great results. After taking pages of notes in a deposition this week, this app would have been helpful.
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May 9, 2013
Topic: "iPad Presentation at Trial: Presenting Your Case with TrialPad, Keynote, and Exhibit View"