Once upon a time, a boy met a Treo 650 smartphone. It was based on the Palm operating system, which was swift and easy to use. Many thousands of applications were available for it, and many legal-specific programs made it a boon to the boy’s law practice. He was able to keep his calendar, contacts and tasks in the palm of his hand.
As time went by, the relationship deepened, and he began to use it for other things. He downloaded documents and court rules and statutes for review. He accessed his e-mail wherever and whenever he liked. He spent so much time with the phone, he married her, and all was good.
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