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Just finished up with getting my old PC installed in it’s new home, and now that I’m hot and sweaty, I figured I’d sit down and write a bit about what I like/dislike in XP after a few days of using it. Things I like: Clear Type -makes the screen so much more eye-friendly, and…
The New Normal:Better Than Normal
-For years, we have been told that administrative staff, especially legal assistants, cannot work from home. Apparently, that is not true.
INSIGHT: Redesign the Legal System for More Than Just Lawyers
It’s About Time!
– Clues to time are clues to truth
Why We Need to Think for Ourselves
7 Questions you need to ask before buying an eDiscovery solution
What Will Happen to Your Digital Life When You Die? Will it Go to Hell?
Are Passwords Obsolete?
New 39 Worrying Cyber Crime Statistics [Updated for 2020]
Reflections on Online Events and Virtual Handshakes
It’s Time to Put Self-Care Before Productivity
What steps should businesses take for ransomware protection? 44 security experts weigh in.
The Text Message Deduplication Dilemma – Part 1:Let’s play “Fill in the Text Message Gaps”
I’ve seen various mentions of the mental health impacts of investigators of child abuse, for example, but this article is a nice reminder that it’s not just investigators who are dealing with these kinds of traumatic stories every day: Françoise Mathieu, a trauma expert with more than 20 years of experience as a mental health…