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Phoning It In: Why I Won’t Have a Smartphone

By | Oct.27.14 | 8 Comments

Since I require a public confessional, I’ll just have out with it: I have developed a slight obsession with "Mad Men," which is right in the medias res of its final season on AMC[...]

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Product Review

Cloud and Clear: Abacus Pivots

By | Sep.10.14 | 1 Comment

It is the nature of an abacus to shift — beads making time, marking off distance and space. An experienced abacist knows the score. Still, you’ve gotta have the stones to mak[...]

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New Balance: Finding the Dividing Line Between Life and Work

By | Jul.24.14 | 6 Comments

Sometime before the Great Recession (Depression?), there existed a quaint notion that people could stop working — at least some of the time. Over the course of recent years, howe[...]

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The Five Clients You Meet In Hell

By | May.23.14 | 2 Comments

Mitch Albom, who has been regularly employed as a sportswriter for the Detroit Free Press, has written songs for Warren Zevon and penned a few books, one of which is "The Five Peo[...]

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Legal Analytics: The Future of Intelligent Design

By | May.06.14 | 2 Comments

Baseball has always been a game of numbers. 715, 61, 1901, 511, 1.12 ... those bare numbers carry added value when attached to significant historical accomplishments. Of course, i[...]

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Managing

Back That Cache Up: Data Redundancy Is Essential for Law Firms

By | Mar.18.14 | No Comments

Nobody ever thinks a data loss is going to happen to them. But it can, and likely will, happen to you, if you practice long enough — and, sometimes, even if you don’t. Insid[...]

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