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October 2014 IN THIS ISSUE: • Ways to Hook Up
• Fingers Fly at Court Reporting Championships
• The Challenges of Court Reporting
• Why Punctuality Matters
• 6 Rules for Outstanding Email Communication
• Top 7 Grammar Websites for Administrative Professionals
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Ways to Hook Up
By Lisa A. Knight
One of the hardest decisions court reporters who are planning to provide realtime face is deciding what equipment to use. Here is a guide on what the options are. I’ve attempted to answer the questions that come up most often to help make the decision easier.
What do I need to write realtime with serial cables?
Fingers Fly at Court-Reporting Championships
By Zusha Elinson
The most famous court reporter in the country, Mark Kislingbury, calmly rested his hands on his keyboard. Around him, more than three dozen other stenographers also readied themselves for the 2014 national court reporting championships, held last month in a hotel conference room here.
The “Olympics of court reporting,” as it is often called, kicked off with a speech, read at precisely 200 words a minute. The stenographers’ fingers began to fly. Onlookers, numbering fewer than the contestants, didn’t cheer. In fact, they were completely silent, though some made typing motions in a sort of “air court reporting” to see if they could keep up.
“The Challenges of
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