BlueLine Improves Legal Writing by Killing Boring Legal Work

December 7th, 2015 by Tanbir No comments »

BlueLine_Logo“The first thing we do,” said the character in Shakespeare’s Henry VI, is “kill all the lawyers.”  Many have misinterpreted this saying an attack on the legal profession. In reality it was an indication that lawyers would stand in the way of political tyranny.  Well, a much less controversial statement might have been: the first thing WE do, is kill all the boring legal work.  BlueLine is a simple tool that improves the quality of legal writing by automating certain tasks that lawyers have no interest in doing.  The idea is to improve the quality of legal writing by allowing lawyers to focus on higher value activities

BlueLine is a desktop-based program that reduces the time and money lawyers spend on legal writing, editing and citation while simultaneously improving the quality of their work product. When users select a document and hit ‘run’, the software converts each legal citation in the document to a hyperlink that will enable users to access free online versions of the case. The program also checks quotes in the document for accuracy and helps users fix any incorrect quotes by identifying close matches. Using BlueLine, lawyers can minimize the time spent on the legal writing process while enhancing the accuracy of their work product.

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How To Buy Youtube Subscribers And Gain More Traffic On Your Channel

December 7th, 2015 by Tanbir No comments »

Screen_Shot_20151204_at_84110_PMHave you ever wondered how some people have over 10000 subscribers on their channel? It seems that there are loop holes around this type of industry. I came across 500views.com, the website is designed to provide you with views, likes, subscriber on your YouTube Channel/Video. With the competition being very tight in todays industry it seems that this was the best method to choose for some easy boost on my views.

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Fair Promise: A Social Network to Help People Keep Their Promises

December 4th, 2015 by Tanbir No comments »

turnwordsintogoldA new form of social website, Fair Promise, has just launched, introducing fresh ideas, and far more than just conversation and photo-sharing. It’s aimed at guiding users to personal, professional, social and civic or political achievements. Featuring the promise, the challenge, and the issue, Fair Promise opens the door to a large number of applications in education, motivation, love, health, or even politics, aiming to create action, fix problems, and solve conflicts.

Anyone can use the site to issue a promise or a challenge to a friend, family member, colleague, or group. This revolutionary new site revolves heavily around the concept of ‘promise’. Users can create open promises, where people can join freely, issue a promise to yourself that you will achieve personal goals, or promise someone else something privately or publicly. The principle is simple: ‘I promise you, you judge my results.’ It’s even nicer when somebody makes a public promise, or a promise to many people. The judges’ vote on the result at the end, and the poll’s result gives the promise’s final result a measurable aspect. That’s not all, either; if you win, you get FairCoins, the site’s virtual currency, which you can later sell for real money.

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Kybernan Holographic Gaming Network: New Software Could Provide Realistic Setting for Games

December 3rd, 2015 by Tanbir No comments »

12115936_1077316252287452_4866355655931372167_nIt’s fair to say that Google Earth was revolutionary. It transformed a map from being something restricted to a specific area, to allowing people to view the details of streets in any country in the world, and even walk along on simulated versions of them. A similar concept is now in the works that could be applied to computer games. Illinois-based NGO the Kybernan Corporation is currently attempting to gain funding via Kickstarter to create a piece of software that aggregates existing maps, demographic info, etc. to enable players to play in simulations of any location on earth. The idea is that instead of being limited to pre-programmed locations and characters, they will be able to play as themselves in their own hometowns. Existing data from services such as Google Earth and Google Maps will be used to render detailed cityscapes.

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Why The Popularity Of Toy Drones Are Soaring?

December 3rd, 2015 by Tanbir No comments »

top-6-best-dronesToy helicopters controlled by remotes are becoming one of the most preferred gifts during the holiday season. The unmanned aerial vehicles or drones have become the most popular toy for recreation purpose for kids as well as for adults. There are different toy drone models available with different features which offer utmost fun activities for  the user. If you are looking for a great gift to offer to your teenage children, purchase this gadget.

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How to Promote your iOS App Quickly on the App Store?

December 3rd, 2015 by Tanbir No comments »

IMG_0466If you are an app developer, then you would want your app to enjoy the top ranks on the App store. This is the best way to attract new users to download the app on their mobile phone and to use it. The most common trend seen in many people looking to download or buy new apps is to first check the reviews that the app has garnered. They even check the ratings that the app has got from its users. There are many who make a decision of opting for an app just by looking at its reviews. So, to get more and more people to use your app, all you need to do is to get the best ratings and reviews for the app.

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