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Last week the ABA Journal announced its selections for the Blawg 100 -- a list of (some of the) best legal blogs on the web today. And, guess what? This very blog that you are reading right now -- Technologist -- was nominated. Can I get a "Yeahhhhhhh Boyeeeeee!"
If you already read this blog, then you know that we work hard to bring you the best in product reviews that will make your lawyer life easier, as well as highlighting the grey areas where the law is not moving as quickly as technology. With a renewed effort this year to refocus the blog, we're happy to see that our efforts have paid off.
In honor of our recognition, here's a look at some of the most popular Technologist posts of all time ...
Examining whether you really need to heed government warnings about disabling Java software.
Letting you in on a handy new app that will draft for you, resulting, hopefully, in more free time.
Reviewing the best mobile processor apps for your Android phone, because we all work on the go.
Answering your question: "What ever happened to the guy that produced the most disgusting video known to humankind?"
Letting AT&T users in on a sweet deal to boost their signal. Who doesn't want their signal boosted?
Sharing tips on how to protect your privacy on Google Plus.
Giving you the inside scoop on the real life drama of John McAfee.
Listing everything you need to consider before you buy a new laptop.
Hoping to run a greener office? Here's how to do it.
Warning you of the dangers of Track Changes, and tips for not screwing it up.
Please help us spread the word and vote for Technologist. Polling is open now, through December 20, 2013 and you can vote by clicking here and selecting the Legal Tech option.
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