Jim's Tips, Tricks, and Favorites

 

NOTE: In 1988, after I had given an all-day, everything-you-need-to-know-about-computers presentation for ICLE, someone said after seeing my course materials, "You ought to publish this stuff!" I began to put together The Law Office Computer Survival Guide, which I intended to sell and keep up to date as a loose-leaf reference service. It never was published, as I set it aside to get "Corporate Update" out the door. This is the beginning of my efforts, in a different format, to do a "brain dump" of information and opinions, and to keep this up to date. The good news is that you won't have to file the pocket parts, and I won't have to ship it to you. The bad news is that I haven't figured out how to charge for it. Stay tuned, and feel free to ask questions, answer questions, or make suggestions. -- Jim Eidelman  

Approach to Consulting:

Eidelman's Question: When I _______, I want the system to ________.

If you can fill in both of the blanks, you will be happy. Use this question both when you are making decisions and when designing software, and I guarantee that you will be satisfied.

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