Anyone who reads this blog knows by now (and perhaps is tiredof knowing) that I’m a huge fan of Dropbox – I keep all of my files there now, so I can access my work files on my home computer, and my home files on my work computer when I’m on the road. I’ve

Google continues to offer some pretty terrific technology tools, many of which are useful to lawyers: Gmail, Google Docs, Google Maps, and Google Translate or only a few of the great tools that lawyers can use in their practice. It can be someone daunting, however, trying to keep up with all of the new stuff

My Google tip of the week deals with images in Google Docs. It used to be that inserting images in Google Docs was a primitive affair, but the service has steadily improved its functionality in this area. True, it’s still not as sophisticated as Word or WordPerfect, or Pages, but it gets the job done.