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April 2002
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XP UTILITIES

Denver's PiQuest Software Inc. has introduced FileQuest XP Gold 3.0, a network file manager that helps users copy and move files and folders.

Reader Response no. 280.

Lucid Step Software, of Orem, Utah, says its NetVisualize Favorites Organizer 1.0 is a Web browser enhancement that creates thumbnails of sites, and adds search tools.

Reader Response no. 281.

SmartBoardXP, from England's Oakley Data Services, extends the capacity of the clipboard. It stores multiple items, even across a restart.

Reader Response no. 282.

SPOTLIGHT

ScanSoft Inc., of Peabody, Mass., has released Dragon NaturallySpeaking Legal Solutions 6.0, the latest edition of its speech recognition software targeted for the legal community. It addresses the workflow and vocabulary needs of lawyers, reports the company. Users can create documents, forms, briefs and other tasks hands-free. ScanSoft acquired the product in December as part of its acquisition of the operating and technology assets of Lernout & Hauspie.

Reader Response no. 283.

RainMaker Gold has been released from RainMaker Software Inc., the new company that resulted from the recent merger of ASA Legal Systems Inc. and CompuTrac Inc. The new product, based on SQL Server 2000, combines the two companies' practice management and financial management tools.

Reader Response no. 284.

Phone numbers: QwestDex

--Jeff Flax

For all the latest Mac news: Macintouch.com

--David Pearson

Favorite non legal: Harley-davidson.com.

Favorite legal: law.com

--Larry Crapo

refdesk.com

--Jim Calloway

When I check out my history, my most visited site is abcnews.com.

--Connie Moser

Google.com.

­ Jim Eidleman, Ian Levit, Guy Wiggins, et al. (Probably the most popular site among LTN readers)

Quick Takes A comprehensive legal software vendor:

nerdworld.com. (And the nerdworld site itself is one of my all time favorites.)

--Beth White Kellermann

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