How To Recover a Lot of Space on Your iPhone Fast-David Pogue

 

iOS 7 makes it very easy to see what’s eating up your space — and to delete the fattest culprits to make the most room with the least effort. Here’s where you start: Open Settings, then tapGeneral, then Usage, then wait a minute or two for the list of apps to appear.

For clear, concise instructions with illustrations, read the rest of David Pogue’s “How-to” piece.

(I’ll bet you were wondering what happened to David?)

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Public Notice – Appointment of Part-Time U.S. Magistrate Judge | Northern District of New York | United States District Court

 

The Court is accepting applications for the position of a Part-Time Magistrate Judge at Plattsburgh, New York.  The position will become available upon the retirement of the Hon. Larry A. Kudrle on November 1, 2014.  The Application Package is available on the Court’s Website at www.nynd.uscourts.gov.

Applications close on April 30, 2014.

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Netted: Buying Into It

 

Canopy, a new design-focused web shop, not unlike Svpply before it, is a beautifully designed pinboard where users can post the products they think are great. The big difference is that Canopy is populated solely with items currently available on Amazon.

- See more at: http://netted.net/2014/04/04/canopy/?like=Facebook#sthash.PuBvjhwA.dpuf

The first 1000 Netted readers who use the invite code “Netted” at signup can cut the line.

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JURIST – Legal News & Commentary

Jurist has a new, slick, clean, uncluttered look for their website.

If you’ve never accessed Jurist:
JURIST (http://jurist.org) is a web-based legal news and real-time legal research service powered by a mostly-volunteer team of over 60 part-time law student reporters, editors and Web developers led by law professor Bernard Hibbitts at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.

JURIST is produced as a public service for the continuing legal education of its readers and law student staffers, and uses the latest Internet technology to track important legal news stories and materials and present them rapidly, objectively and intelligibly in an accessible, ad-free format.

 
Check out their Twitter feed as well:   https://twitter.com/JURISTnews

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60 Apps in 60 Minutes 2014–iPhone J.D.

 

At ABA TECHSHOW in Chicago, Brett BurneyChad BurtonReid Trautz and Jeff Richardson presented the 2014 installment of 60 Apps in 60 Minutes.  They highlighted a variety of apps including some great new apps, some perennial favorites, and some that were thrown in mostly for the entertainment value.  Here is a the full list.  Many apps are free, but note that some of those require subscriptions or can have extra fees associated with them (e.g. the WestlawNext and Lexis Advance apps).  All of them are worth taking a look at.

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Possible To Use Office For iPad Without Office 365 Subscription | Ubergizmo

Earlier this week Microsoft finally launched Office for iPad. The popular productivity suite, made up of Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps, has landed on Apple’s tablet absolutely free, but there is a caveat. Office for iPad apps can be used for reading, viewing and presentation only. If users want the full editing and composing power, they need an Office 365 subscription. However, a loophole left open by Microsoft makes it possible to use Office for iPad without Office 365 subscription.

 
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PLEASE NOTE WELL:  Technically this does violate limits defined by Microsoft in its EULA or end user rights agreement. While Microsoft doesn’t strictly enforce the tablet installations limit, it trusts that “users respect and understand device limits outlined in the EULA.”
 

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How to use funeral planning to become eligible for Medicaid – New York Health Access

How to use funeral planning to become eligible for Medicaid

Views: 5589
Posted: 23 Apr, 2009
by David Silva (New York Legal Assistance Group)
Updated: 23 Apr, 2009
by David Silva (New York Legal Assistance Group)

One common reason why people are ineligible for Medicaid or SSI is if their assets are over the limit.  Rather than give money away to make yourself eligible, it is better to find ways either to spend the money or convert it into an exempt form.  One way to do this is through funeral arrangements.

 

For both Medicaid and SSI, certain types of funeral arrangements – including burial funds, pre-paid funeral agreements, and burial plots – are exempt from consideration as assets.  In this way, an applicant can reduce their countable assets while also ensuring that their wishes about their funeral are respected.

This memo from Selfhelp explains how these plans work.

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