In a Paperless Office, A Bigger Monitor is Better

English: Multi-Screen Computer Desk with a Mus...
English: Multi-Screen Computer Desk with a Music Studio Setup (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Multi-Screen Computer Desk with a Music Studio Setup (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

by TODD HENDRICKSON on MAY 17, 2013 in LEGAL TECHNOLOGYPRACTICE MANAGEMENT

 

In a paperless practice, screen size is critical. Don’t skimp on the screen real estate. You have two choices: jumbo monitors or multi-monitor setups. I’ve opted for the jumbo monitor. Here’s why:

Multi-monitors are great for segregating programs to different screens. They look very cool. But if you are reading this, you are an attorney, not a day-trader. You will spend the majority of your time at your computer doing two things: reading and writing. Most of what you do falls in one of those two categories. And for those purposes, jumbo monitors excel.

Read why here.

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New US manual for diagnosing mental disorders published | DSM-5 | guardian.co.uk

 

The field of mental health will face its greatest upset in years on Saturday with the publication of the long-awaited and deeply-controversial US manual for diagnosing mental disorders.

Early drafts of the book, the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM-5, have divided medical opinion so firmly that authors of previous editions are among the most prominent critics.

Known informally as the psychiatrists’ bible, the $199 tome from theAmerican Psychiatric Association is the guidebook that US doctors will use to diagnose mental disorders. The latest edition is the first major update in 20 years.

Read entire analysis by Guardian.

 

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