Should You Allow Comments on Your Law Blog?

Blogging in One Hour for Lawyers Review By Sam Glover

Blogging in One Hour for Lawyers is one of the latest in the ABA’s “trendy topics in one hour for lawyers” series of overpriced books. This is unfortunate, because Ernie Svenson’s practical, quick-start guide to blogging, written with lawyers in mind, is actually quite good, despite its silly name (it takes more like 2 or 3 hours to read) and hefty price tag ($40, unless you get the iBook version I linked to above, which is more reasonably-priced at $20).
Sam Glover is an “A-List” legal blogger.  He has a lot of blogging experience and opinions about blogging for lawyers which he is not afraid to express.  Read his entire review of this new book here.

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Scan Master – Android Apps on Google Play

ScanMaster

Scan master, master your life Wanna have a pocket-sized scanner? Wanna convert your photos into PDF format? Here, Scan master can turn your device into multifunctional scanner, helping you scan and record any paper document, any photo at anytime and anywhere. You don’t have to be afraid of the quality of photos captured by your own mobile, because Scan master offers the editing function, like the size and light modification; you don’t have to worry about the inconvenience of lacking camera and scanner, because Scan master makes your mobile phone a portable scanner; In a word, with Scan master, you are not only able to record important paper document like invoice, bills or receipts but also to scan any note, picture, and certificate, and share with others in seconds.

Highlights:
1. Continuous Capture mode Support Continuous Capture mode, and merge photos in one PDF
2. Multi–paths of images Get images not only from shooting, but also from Gallery.
3. Smart effects processing Provide auto effects processing, and make files perfect for printing.
4. Image editing Adjust the Contrast, Brightness and sharpness of images.
5. Crop image Enable auto cropping and customized cropping
6. Create PDF quickly One click to create PDF.
7. Categorized PDF Support PDF in category and customized category.
8. Multi ways for searching and browsing Searching and browsing by Name/Modification time/Creation time
9. Process PDF in batch Process variety of PDF files in batch, like merging, modifying tags, deleting or sharing Process the contents, like sharing, deleting, or moving in single one PDF file.
10. Sharing rapidly The whole PDF sharing: share the whole PDF file to others via email, or save to Evernote, or upload to drop box. Page sharing: each page can be shared to FacebookTwitterInstagramPinterest.
Features:
1. Scan Pick images from camera and Gallery.
2. Image editing Support R-Rotate, L-Rotate, crop, and reset
3. Save files Create PDF and save to SD card
4. Manager/edit files Support File-Adding, deleting and renaming tag. Able to share file, delete file, rename file, and reselect file’s tag category.
5. Process PDF in batch Process variety of PDF files in batch, like merging, modifying tags, deleting or sharing Process the contents, like sharing, deleting, or moving in single one PDF file.
6 Multi ways for searching and browsing Searching and browsing by Name/Modification time/Creation time Keywords: scan, master, scan master, camera, images, scan images, editing, editing photos, photo, invoice, PDF, pdf
Compatible with Android 2.2 and newer.

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Goode’s View on Death & Taxes: Tips for iPad

Best Tip of many useful Suggestions on this interesting new blog:

To use Westlaw on an iPad, I do the following: 1) go into the settings on Westlaw, and turn off link viewer, 2) Download iCab mobile (a web browser) from the App Store and set it to desktop Safari.  Use ICab to view Westlaw.  For some reason the normal mobile safari doesn’t work well.  Remember to use two finger scrolling sometimes if the single finger doesn’t work.  When you want to email an article to yourself, be sure to select rtf (rich text format) as the .doc version used by Westlaw doesn’t seem to work well with the iPad.  These tips can save you from having to spend a lot of money on WestlawNext.
As stated above, sometimes you must use two fingers to scroll so that the entire page doesn’t move.

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Scribd: State Attorney Generals’ Suit On Health Care Reform

Alltop

Guy Kawasaki has just launched a news aggregation site called Alltop that displays headlines from a preselected set of “top”sources. The headlines are broken into categories such as celebrities, gaming, and politics.Thanks to Techcrunch

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