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Hi folks. A short note to say that I have resumed blogging after an 18 month hiatus and decided to consolidate this site with my main website, the Disability Law Blog. The efficient use of technology is a big part of my practice so I no longer see any reason to separate posts [...]Hi folks. A...
A quick recap of where we are. Some months ago, I settled on Daylite as the practice management program we’d use once we switched to Macs. While it lacked a number of features right out of the box that I needed, Marketcircle (MC) is really working hard to provide the performance and features...
Jeff Kabbe at AppleBriefs has just posted an in-depth review of OmniFocus, a program designed to implement the Getting Things Done paradigm of organizing all the stuff that needs doing in life. This is the second part of a projected four-part series where Jeff reviews different GTD applications...
While setting up some merge templates in Pages, I got an email from Andy Warwick, a web designer/programmer in England, who developed a great widget for Daylite. His widget allows you to display a running list of notes in Contacts or Projects (and some other database objects). It only displays...
Any lawyer using a Mac or thinking about switching to Macs has to wrestle with the Word Processor Question: what can possibly replace Word or WordPerfect? For Word users, it may be a no-brainer since Word has a Mac analog. But WordPerfect has been the trusted workhorse in my office since the...
It’s been a busy few months at work so the blog got the short end of the stick. But in the last week, I’ve been working on finalizing the plan to transition from my Windows machines at work to a new set of Macs. Most of that time has been spent tweaking categories, [...]It’s...
Journler Review. Pete Summerill writes the MacLitigator blog and has just posted a very interesting piece on Journler, a mysterious Mac app that Pete is using to do a lot of what Casemap does on Windows. I confess that Casemap was just too labor intensive for me; Journler seems easier to use. ...
Things GTD Review. Jeff Kabbe at Apple Briefs has written an extensive review of a program called Things. I’ve been using a beta version for the past three weeks; it’s a very intuitive application of David Allen’s Getting Things Done (GTD) approach to organizing life. Check it...
Before I get to the next screencast, I wanted to write something about the next frontier in Daylite: merging. And about how encouraged I am by what I've discovered so far. Read on.In the last couple of months, I’ve really focused on Daylite (DL). Case management is the single most...
Screencast No. 2 takes a look at document management in Daylite 3.7.2. Lots to cover. More after the jump.This latest screencast modifies the Opportunity record in Daylite to track certain documents. (Right-click on the link to download.) At 37 minutes, it’s a bit long, but it gives you a...