Monthly Archives: January 2014

News, Scheduling, and Coffee Apps: A Great Trio

If a recent press release from Gartner predicting apps will generate $77 billion in revenue by 2017 is accurate, it’s no wonder multiple new apps hit the consumer market nearly every day.  There’s money to be made in the app … Continue reading

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8 Great Legal Research and Writing Resources and Blogs

Einstein once said “if we knew what it was we were doing, it wouldn’t be called ‘research,’ would it?” The following blogs about legal research and writing will help shorten the time it takes to get from research to knowledge: … Continue reading

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Crowdsourced Legal Research: Two Websites Worth a Look

According to dictionary.com, “crowdsource” means “to utilize (labor, information, etc.) contributed by the general public to (a project), often via the Internet and without compensation”.  Wikipedia, probably the most well-known example of crowdsourcing, is a community of users that contributes encyclopedic type … Continue reading

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App Update: Scanner Pro is Free this Week on the App Store

Following up on Cheryl’s post, “Year-end Must Have Bargain Priced Apps,” Scanner Pro is Apple’s “App of the Week” this week–which means it’s free for iPhones and iPads. I’m a big fan of Readdle’s productivity apps (particularly the also-great and … Continue reading

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Practical Posts Win: My Top 10 Articles from 2013

Happy New Year! I hope 2013 was a great year for all and may 2014 prove to be just as wonderful. The Bose Law and Technology Blog went live just over a year ago and has 5,969 total views. Glancing … Continue reading

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