UPDATE: Logitech Crayon Availability Is Expanding on September 12th – MacStories

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The Logitech Crayon stylus that was announced at Apple’s spring education event was available originally to education customers only. Logitech has announced however, that beginning on September 12th the Crayon will be available to anyone who wants one.
 
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Logitech Crayon Review & Rating | PCMag.com

By Elisabeth Sullivan

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Students and teachers disappointed by the Apple Pencil‘s flaws–its easily losable cap, its tendency to roll away, and of course, its high $99 price (or $89 for schools)–finally have the perfect solution: The Logitech Crayon. Through an Apple Education representative, schools (and only schools) can purchase the kid-friendly Crayon stylus for $49.95, compatible with the current (sixth-generation) iPad, for taking notes and drawing in the classroom. It’s every bit as functional as the Apple Pencil, and in some cases even more so, earning it our Editors’ Choice.
 

What Your Email Address Says About Your Law Practice – Technologist

By George Khoury, Esq.

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When you see another lawyer’s email address, do you judge them on it? If not, you might start after reading this.

Apparently, some lawyers believe that the @gmail.com, @yahoo.com, @hotmail.com, or @aol.com accounts should be kept personal, and that a lawyer’s email address should always be an @your-law-firm-name-here.com type address. However, this belief isn’t always correct, and could lead many lawyers down a primrose path of being hacked for using a garbage email client that lacks adequate security.

Fortunately, thanks to the modern times we live in, email addresses can be quickly and easily changed. Below you’ll find a few tips on whether you need to be shopping for a new email.

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Does Email Tracking Violate Ethics Rules? – Attorney at Work

By  | Apr.17.18 | Daily DispatchEthicsProfessionalism

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Spymail Violates the Rules of Professional Conduct

A recent Professional Conduct Advisory Opinion from the Illinois State Bar Association, (Opinion No. 18-01, January 2018) joined at least three other jurisdictions in concluding that the practice of using hidden email tracking software would be unethical for a variety of reasons. (See Alaska Bar Association Ethics Opinion No. 2016-01; New York State Bar Association Ethics Opinion 749; and Pennsylvania Bar Association Formal Opinion 2017-300.)

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Home Screens – MacSparky’s Strange Looking iPad — MacSparky

David Sparks:
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About halfway through the iOS 11 beta, I got the idea of putting all my apps on the dock. It started out as a sort-of joke so I could share screenshots of my iPad looking more like a Mac. The thing is though … it worked for me. So now my home screen is empty and my dock has a few essentials, but also my Make, Learn, Fix, and Play folders. Opening the folder to get to a split screen app feels silly but is still way faster than getting to an app on the home screen.
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Toronto Police Asking iPhone Users Not To Test iOS 11’s 911 Feature–Ubergizmo.com

By Tyler Lee 

With iOS 11, Apple has introduced a bunch of new features to the iPhone and iPad devices. One of those features is to allow users to make a quick call to emergency services where if you press the lock button five times in a row, you will be greeted by a screen that lets you power the device off or to call emergency services.
 

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How to manually offload and reinstall apps in iOS 11 | Cult of Mac

iOS 11 can automatically delete apps when space gets tight on your iPhone or iPad. It’s called offloading, and only the app itself gets removed.

All the app’s data is saved. That way, if you reinstall the app in the future, it will be like you never deleted it. Wouldn’t it be great if you could choose to offload apps yourself, instead of deleting them? Well, good news, because you can totally do that. Here’s how….
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