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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Smart Phone Apps

Well this is not exactly a law-related post, but it may be very helpful to lawyers, law students and scholars.

The Oct. 2009 ABA has an interesting article entitled Sizzing Apps. It is about apps that can be downloaded (many at little or no charge) to your smartphone (Palm, Blackberry, I-Phone etc.). As the article state:

Apps: It’s a little word for those mini-programs that can pay off big in productivity, knowledge or just plain fun. And they come at all price points, from expensive-but-worth-it to absolutely free.

Whether you’re a born techie or a reluctant one, you, too, can harness the power of technology with these 70 apps lawyers are sure to love.

For those of you who are not smart phone savvy, you may want to check this article out.

Mitchell H. Rubinstein

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