I'll be speaking to the Lawyers Computer Group on 'Digital Workflow' in a couple of weeks. The talk is about about using scanners and Adobe Acrobat to streamline your law practice (so you don't feel like this poor guy).
The presentation is at noon on February 13th in the Pan-American Life Bldg, downtown. To register contact Michael Goldblatt at 504-841-0900, or by email (michaelgoldblatt[at]aol.com). The registration fee is $15.
The written materials are pretty spare; I'll be posting links relevant to the talk here. I think you have to register by February 8th if you want a spot. Hope to see some of you there.
Getting Back into the Flow Here's a great article on how to Reboot Your Workflow This Fall. With the kids back in school, and vacation over, it's time to get back to work -- this article has come good suggestions on how to get your tech mojo back.
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