Interesting that the new iPad, which one would think would be called iPad3, is called, simply, iPad. Well, a rose by any other name may not boast the same stellar video and 4LTE speed. Read this article from Law Technology News (reprinted on Law.com) which gives you a good analysis of what’s new, and why it may be worth your upgrade dollars.
I’m not rushing to relace my iPad2 based on the upgrades. But I am fully prepared to be jealous of those who do get the new model.
On Friday, May 11, 2012, I’ll be presenting two seminars for the members of the Lebanon County Bar Association. I’m really looking forward to presenting their first live CLE, as well as doing it in such an historical venue. From 11:00 am to noon I’ll be presenting “Records Management” and from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm I’ll be presenting “Disaster Prevention and Recovery”. Both are fast-paced and enjoyable seminars which qualify for 1.0 ethics credit each.
Right now registration numbers are moderate, so I’m hoping that if you’ve wanted to hear one of these seminars before but couldn’t make it when I appeared in your county, you’ll take advantage of close proximity and head over to Lebanon County.
The location is the award-winning historic Inn 422, which is a victorian-era-estate bed and breakfast. The inn-keepers have recorded the history on the Inn’s web site, and it is fascinating. Here’s a hint: it involves one of the wealthiest families in colonial-era America, a past president, forbidden love, and a suicide. Intrigued? I am too, but I hope not to have any encounters with the alleged ghost.
The pictures of the Inn indicate I’m in for a real feast for the eyes.
Hope to see you there!