iTunes 11 Hands-On: So Fast and Clean You Might Actually Come Back-Gizmodo

Apple just released a new version of iTunes.  Its a big makeover and will be perfect for you to learn to use with your new iPad.  Its free and you can download the new version for your desktop, laptop, smart phone, etc.

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Pocket-Sized Virtual Keyboard Projects Onto Any Surface [VIDEO]-Mashable

Aukema, et.al. v. Chesapeake Appalachia, LLC, et.al. 3:11-CV-00489 (NDNY)

NDNY Judge David Hurd decides that force majeure clauses in natural gas leases do not extend leases due to NYS delays in approving fracking.

Continuing The Suspension of Certain Provisions of Law | Governor Andrew M. Cuomo

Executive Order 81 extends the suspension of the statute of limitations.  See the specifics here.

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The Most Useful Apps You’ve Probably Forgotten-Lifehacker

 

Read the entire article here.

The Most Useful Apps You’ve Probably Forgotten

Technology moves fast. So fast, in fact, that great apps often get left in the dust if they don’t come out of the gates full-featured and ready for primetime. With that in mind, here are a few apps that all but disappeared from our radar, but still offer a great feature-set.

Nowadays, there’s thousands of apps that do thousands of things.Here’s Lifehacker’s ode to some of the cooler apps  they forgot existed, even though you might still use them every day.

 

 

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JURIST – Paper Chase: Update all JURIST bookmarks and feeds to jurist.org!

Friday, November 09, 2012


Update all JURIST bookmarks and feeds to jurist.org!
Matthew Shames at 12:30 AM ET

[JURIST announcement] If you have not already done so, please update all of your bookmarks and RSS feeds to jurist.org. As part of our continuing transition from our old domain (jurist.law.pitt.edu) to our current domain (jurist.org), the University of Pittsburgh will soon be disabling public access to our old server. At that time, any RSS feeds and bookmarks that are still pointing to jurist.law.pitt.edu will cease to function. Don’t miss out on the latest legal news from JURIST – update your bookmarks and feeds today!

 

 

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The Golden Rules of Word Every Lawyer Needs to Know-Affinity Consulting Group

If you use Word, chances are you are not using it to its fullest potential. The following are some golden rules of Word to help you know when you’re not using the program properly and/or you’re missing a feature that would make your life easier.
Read the entire article by Barron K. Henley, Esq., Affinity Partner for free here.

 

New York County Lawyers’ Association Provides Hurricane Assistance to Legal and Greater Community

New York, NY – November 7, 2012 - To aid members of the community left devastated in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the New York County Lawyers’ Association (NYCLA) is providing assistance to lawyers and members of the greater community through a variety of efforts to help hurricane victims get back on their feet immediately and in the long‐term. Click on the link below for info on how you can help:

http://www.nycla.org/siteFiles/Publications/Publications1573_0.pdf

Do you have insurance law experience? Help hurricane victims with claims/coverage issues through NYCLA’s Legal Counseling Project http://ow.ly/f6vqR

New York Courts–update on closings

FYI

 

I noticed NYS Unified Court System updated their closings page yesterday – wasn’t sure if it is of interest

 

Please note that updated info regarding court closings/openings is available at:

http://www.courts.state.ny.us/court-closings.shtml

 

 

Sincerely,

 

Connie Schin
Marketing Manager
NEW YORK STATE BAR ASSOCIATION
One Elk Street, Albany, NY 12207
518.487.5687 Phone
518.487.5758 Fax
cschin@nysba.org

 

Filing a Sandy-related Consumer Complaint in New York | Eric T. Schneiderman, NYS AG

After receiving hundreds of complaints from New York consumers about increased costs for gas, food, water and other essential goods and services, the NYS AG’s office is investigating post-Hurricane Sandy price gouging. They are doing everything they can to stop unscrupulous individuals from taking advantage of New Yorkers trying to rebuild their lives after the storm.

If you believe you are a victim of price gouging, please call the office at 800-771-7755 or visit the website to file a complaint.

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