GPSOLO - Table of Contents

Volume 21, Number 8
December, 2004


Collaborating with Clients
By Dennis M. Kennedy
Meet your clients virtually anywhere at a reasonable cost.

Software that Plays Well Together
By Wells Anderson
Some programs are outstanding team players and connect easily and share information with other software.

You’ve Got The Whole World In Your Hands
By Brett Burney
PDAs are evolving into converged devices that can handle all the traditional functions of handhelds but also access the webs and download your email.

The Dark Side of Collaboration
By Linda MacDonald Glenn
What to do when good technology goes bad.

Dumpster Disasters
By Ross L. Kodner and Courtney G. Kennaday
Simply throwing you PS in the trash could lead to malpractice claims and ethical violations. Here's how to develop your own D.U.M.P. (Disposal Un-Malpractice Plan).

The Perils and Pleasures of Long-Distance Collaboration
By Daniel S. Coolidge
Document collaboration over the Internet is a useful tool if you know what you are doing and dangerous if you don't.

The 2004 TPG Holiday Shopping Guide
By Jeffrey Allen and Alan Pearlman
The authors share their firsthand knowledge about technology gifts for employee, associates, friends, family — even yourself.


Road Warrior
By Jeffery Allen
Whither Thou Goest: High-Speed Internet Access Availability Increases

The Chair’s Corner
By Lee S. Kolczun
Working Together, Without Boundries

General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division News
By Lara Trujillo
2005 Midyear Meeting Social Events; Nominations for 2005 ABA Pro Bono Publico Award; 2004-2005 Diversity Fellows

By Natalie R. Thornwell
ABA TECHSHOW 2005 Preview: Why You Need to Be in Chicago Next Spring

Being Solo
By David Leffler
Computer Tips and Tricks for the Solo Lawyer

Mac User
By Victoria L. Herring
A Failure to Communicate? Not Between Mac and Windows

Techno Ethics
By Mark L. Tuft
Getting Temporary Legal Help Online

Product Review
By Jeffrey Allen
To Project or Not to Project: It’s No Longer a Question

GP Mentor
David L. Masters
Voices of Experience

Product Review
By Patricia M. Joyce
CaseMap 5.1



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