Posted on February 15, 2008
Why would anyone want to buy a Tablet PC?
Tablet devices are perceived as little more than heavy and slow laptops with small screens and large price tags. The payoff? You get to write on them with a stylus and take notes as if you're writing on paper...
Posted on December 31, 2007
Here is a series of video tutorials on using a tablet pc:
Tutorial Part 1:
This is the first video from ICON Pareto showing you how to use the basic functions of your tablet PC.
Tutorial Part 2:
In this video Starla shows you how to use Ink Pen Notation Tool for Windows Tablet Edition PCs...
Posted on December 31, 2007
Here is a series of funny commercials by Microsoft about OneNote 2003, found now on YouTube:
Let's face it. Stationery isn't very good. And when it comes to note taking, it just isn't up to the job.That's why we created Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2003 - the note taking application that combines the freedom and flexibility of pen and paper with the power and efficiency of digital tools...
Posted on October 26, 2007
Douglas Sorocco has a blog called Rethink(IP). He posted this article about Tablet PC's in 2005, but it still makes for interesting readng about the platform:
I have been somewhat quiet hiere lately and y?all must excuse me as I have been in tech-geek nirvana ? I have been ?demo-ing? a Toshiba R15 Tablet PC (obligatory picture at right)...
Posted on October 24, 2007
We have obtained new domain names for each of our Blogs. While the TypePad addresses will continue to work, it may be easier to type in the shorter URL's of the domains, so feel free to update your links and favorites and subscriptions as follows:
Georgia Family Law Blog is now at http://gafamilylawblog...
Posted on October 23, 2007
Notes can be written right on monitor
Laptops, more commonly called notebook PCs these days, are well known for their portable, light weight computing power. Tablet PCs, while not as well known, are beginning to make their mark.
There are essentially two types of tablet PCs on the market today...
Posted on September 17, 2007
Jeff Riffer, senior litigation partner in the law firm of Jeffer Mangels Butler & Marmaro in Los Angeles, CA, discusses why and how he uses Microsoft's OneNoteTM software for day-to-day litigation.
In looking for software to help him win cases, he originally wanted software that would help him organize facts and data he obtained during the progression of the lawsuit, software that would be learned easily, and software that would be easy to use...
Posted on May 03, 2007
What is Microsoft Office OneNote for Lawyers?
Microsoft(r) Office OneNote(tm) is a note-taking software program that combines the flexibility of a legal notepad with the efficiency, organization and accessibility of a computer. Attorneys can now write, organize, reuse and share their notes on any laptop, desktop or Tablet PC...
Posted on April 20, 2007
In this article, legal technologist Seth Rowland predicts that the Tablet PC will revolutionize the way lawyers work and interact with their clients. With the evolution of fully powered Tablet PCs and wireless networks, the Tablet PC has emerged as a productivity force that can now serve an important purpose in client meetings, not just as an expensive note-taking device...
Posted on April 11, 2007
See How it WorksTEST The Tablet PC is a highly mobile, powerful PC that is as easy to use as pen and paper. Discover how it enables you to capture, use and share your ideas naturally in this interactive demo.
See the Tablet PC demo (opens in a new window)