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Can a Computer be Beautiful?

This post, like some of my earlier posts regarding computer software for family law attorneys, focuses not on family law topics themselves, but rather on a recent switch I made to Apple computers in my office, and information for anyone considering doing the same. I had gotten to the point where, to say the least, I had begun to become a bit frustrated using the computer in my office — programs slowing down, things not always working. I looked at solving the problem by buying a new windows pc — I’ve used windows computers for a long time; and up until the past several months had not thought much of changing. As I looked at new computers, I started to consider an Apple computer. They’re really pretty machines; the operating system seemed enjoyable to use; I wasn’t liking the new Windows operating system. One point of view could be that

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Computer Software for Florida Family Law Attorneys and Clients (Part I)

This post will be a bit different than my others so far – it deals with computer software rather than divorce or other family law issues. I recently updated some of the computer software I use in my office, and wanted to share what has been working well for me, and how I think some of it could be helpful to someone about to start or in the process of going through a divorce or other family law case. I’m finding that software that works well and is pleasant to use makes the day a lot easier. The first program is CLIO, a practice management program for attorneys. It’s practice management software in the “cloud” that you use in your web browser. I’m liking the interface – pleasant and easy to use, and it has some features I like. You can associate/link emails you send with a client file in

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