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SOUND BYTES - Nov 2018

A League of Our Own

by Gail Malm Armstrong, CER, CET


“There are three types of baseball players: Those who make it happen, those who watch it happen and those who wonder what happens.” Tommy Lasorda, major league pitcher and former manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers. What’s the score for the AAERT Communications Committee? Balk, bunt, strike out, bases loaded, home run?


8 Ways to Organize Your Email Inbox

by Kristin MacRae


How many unopened emails are sitting in your inbox? How many do you have that are opened, but still sitting in the box? So many people are stressed out by this! Their inboxes are as cluttered as their desks. If you’re working in a disorganized office without any filing systems in place, my suggestion would be to tackle the disorganization in your office first and then move on to organizing emails.


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Your Introduction to Legal Videography

by Peter Ausburn, CNLV


Electronic reporters and transcribers are already doing the work of a legal videographer. As legal services practitioners, both electronic reporters and legal videographers are helping to facilitate the creation of an official record. Both can also be counted on as consummate word archons. Legal videographers, e-reporters, paralegals, and many other professions within the legal services field, serve an important integral role in the machinations of making and keeping an official record.

Crime Caper Crossword Puzzle

The Wall Street Journal


Crime Caper Crossword Puzzle
A murder takes place in one of the nine sectors (four-by-four areas) represented by a grid. The culprits and the nature of the murder are identified by 12 letters reading clockwise in the crime sector. The site of the murder - as well as the victim, in a way - is identified by the letters in the squares. Meanwhile, in each of eight clues, there is a letter superfluous to the solving of that clue; these extra letters in clue order spell the motive for the crime.

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