The ABI Reporter E-Letter – March 2011

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The ABI Reporter E-Letter – March 2011

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MARCH 2011
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IN THIS ISSUE:
The Ripple Effect
Interactive Realtime 301: Realtime Reporting and Beyond
What’s a CRR, Anyway?
Fight the Battle Against Clutter
The Free, Cross-Platform Sound Editor
From the President

Thank you for being a part of the ABI team. I know that you will continue to prosper as you learn and strive for perfecting your skills as a reporter.

I hope many of your are attending the NCRA 2011 Mid-year Conference this weekend. Learning all about emerging technology and how instrumental it is to your business is very important. If you were unable to attend the conference, I recommend you contact NCRA for any supplemental materials they may have available, or the opportunity to get what you missed on DVD.

Please know that your hard work is very appreciated and your professionalism and dedication to our clients does not go unnoticed.

Best regards,

Sheila Atkinson-Baker

The Ripple Effect

By Melanie Humphrey-Sonntag

Everything we do has a ripple effect.
I recently heard a story about a man who influenced the day of a frazzled, disheartened busboy by thanking him for the important work the boy did. The busboy later offered his freshly cleaned table to a young mother with aching feet, who, as she finished her refreshing lunch, left a nice tip for her waitress. Each of them made the world a better place —and every day we can do it, too. Our actions create ripples, whether we’re sharing job openings or encouraging membership, certifications, and Foundation donations.

Writing Our Future, creating the NCRA that will carry us into the next century, is dependent on you. This is your call to action — what are you going to do about it? We need your ripples of influence among your peers, encouraging them to speak up and be part of our future success. Read more »

Interactive Realtime 301:

Realtime Reporting and Beyond

By Sandy Bunch VanderPol

Use your tools of realtime reporting to take you beyond realtime, leaving a mark of excellence with your client. It’s not a difficult task to accomplish; it’s a matter of having the confidence to provide the value-add services that realtime reporting allows the court reporter.

The Realtime Systems Administrator (RSA) Workshop/Exam will empower you with the confidence to guarantee realtime connectivity to your client, provide value-add Internet Realtime Streaming to your client, as well as creating a Local Area Network that allows your client to gain access to the Internet anywhere anytime.

Read More »

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Higher Standards for Better ServiceSM

Valuable Information at Your Fingertips
“What’s a CRR, Anyway?”
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Smarter Tools

 Fight the Battle

Against Clutter

The Free, Cross-Platform Sound Editor

The Lighter Side of Legal
OVERHEARD IN COURT

I THINK I AM DUE

ATTORNEY: I’ve lost my last four cases in this court, but this time I have the law on my side.

JUDGE: What law is that, Counselor?”

ATTORNEY: The law of averages.

HE WAS IN MY WAY

ATTORNEY: What happened next?

WITNESS: The guy was all over the road. I had to swerve a number of times before I hit him.

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