Monthly Archives: March 2011

Beef Up Your Social Marketing With Zapd

Recently The Unofficial Apple Weblog or TUAW (www.TUAW.com) reviewed a new website creator known as Zapd. The blog touted this IPhone software as a means to share a photobook or announcement to friends on Facebook and Twitter, but upon playing with the app I realized it might have it’s place as a marketing tool for…

Lost Your In-App Sound on IPad 2?

Last night I noticed that all apps had lost sound when the headphones weren’t plugged in. Testing the sound in settings yielded normal audio, as well as YouTube and videos, but running apps requiring sound was a no-go. Read on for the solution. The iPad 2 sports an upgrade over previous models in that it…

Review: Scanner Pro for IPad/iPhone

Since getting my iPad 2 I’ve been looking for an app to scan documents in court. The built-in cameras on the device was a big factor in my decision to take the iPad plunge. Imagine my dismay when I couldn’t find an app that scans documents for the IPad! I’ve used scanning apps for my…

Law Office Digital Workflow for Dummies

From time to time I'm asked how I took my office paperless. And sometimes I'm also asked why! Admittedly the latter question usually comes from those members of the bar I lovingly refer to as the "dictaphone crowd", but the answer is usually the same – convenience. I could wax poetic about the need for…

Review: Time Master + Billing Sync Module

As you've read before, I'm a die-hard supporter of On Core's time keeping and invoicing app known as Time Master + Billing. I use it everyday and I don't exaggerate when I say that without it I would lose money, time, and clients. The app is the sole means by which I keep track of…