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    March 22, 2011
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    When casually addressing this topic with reporters, the answer quite often seems to be, “it depends.”  I wanted a better answer, so I surveyed nearly 100 reporters of varying experience and skill level. What I found is that while it may “depend,” most of you are in agreement about what it depends on.  Step 1: […]

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    February 3, 2011
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    It’s game day. You’ve prepared hard for this most important deposition, the big witness; your client is in attendance watching intently. It’s a chance for you to shine. The deposition starts off easy enough, and you get into a rhythm, you’re in total control, just as planned.  Then it happens, the court reporter interrupts because […]

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    December 18, 2010
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    In the context of legal testimony, realtime is the ability to view testimony in real time on a computer screen as it is being written by the court reporter.  Click here to see a quick demo of the technology in action. The term “realtime” first appeared in print around 1940, and has been on an upward march […]

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    December 18, 2010
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    I have many ideas for future blogs but chose to start my blogging career on topic that I’m passionate about which using technology to be more efficient.  So I started with realtime and its benefits.  My ambition in this and future blogs is to share with you a lifetime of court reporting experience for the […]

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