iPad Web Traffic Share at Tablet Legal

I was inspired by John Gruber over at Daring Fireball to take a look at what comprised the operating systems of devices accessing Tablet Legal. For the month of April 18 to May 18, it breaks down like this: Tablet Legal OS Share Macintosh      43.18 % Windows        36.92 % iPad              19.13 % Other     […]

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Case + Keyboard = ClamCase for iPad

Promising iPad case from ClamCase. Integrated Bluetooth keyboard allows for use as a netbook but can be easily folded behind the device when using just as a tablet. Looking forward to seeing it in person fall of 2010. My main wonder if a case like this eliminates the mobility and simplicity of the iPad. In […]

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iPad Quick Review: Writing for Lawyers

I’m putting together a series of quick reviews about iPad features in the next few days. There is lots to talk about regarding the iPad, but my goal is to keep things as focused as possible on issues that I think will be of particular interest to lawyers. If there are any features or capabilities […]

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Legal Apps on the iPad: Great Expectations

With iPad delivery only days away now, I’ve been giving some thought to what things I’m most looking forward to trying out on the new device. Below I’ve listed the top 10 things I want to try on the iPad that I use currently in my practice. These aren’t all iPhone apps – some are […]

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iPad Developer Interview: Cliff Maier

I’m happy to introduce what I hope will be a recurring series here at Tablet Legal: Developer Interviews. I’m reaching out to developers of applications for the legal industry to see what they think of the iPad, how they are developing for the new device and what we might be able to expect once the […]

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Bar Review on your iPad: BarMax

The folks over at BarMax have gotten a lot of press recently, and deservedly so. For those who haven’t heard, BarMax is a complete bar exam prep course made for the iPhone. I mention it on this blog about the iPad for two reasons: First, this seems like an absolutely perfect application for the iPad. […]

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iPad and Storytelling for Lawyers

On his blog yesterday, marketing maven Seth Godin talks about his dream application for the iPad. He calls this talking pad “an interactive presentation tool for smart people.” He goes on to talk about a non-linear interface that would allow the “presenter” to jump around easily, access different types of media (documents, slides, web pages, […]

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iPad Will Have Common Storage. Lawyers Rejoice.

Documents Go Here One thing lawyers use a lot of is documents. We draft text documents, review and annotate pdf documents, assemble spreadsheets, etc. At present, the iPhone does not have a centralized place where documents can be accessed from or stored. Sure, you can dump everything into your DropBox, but Documents To Go can’t […]

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