Review: Typi Folio Case and Wireless Keyboard for iPad2

I recently reviewed the Typi Folio case and wireless keyboard for iPads for the ABA GP Solo’s eReport. An excerpt of the review is below and you can follow the link below the excerpt to the ABA site to read the full review:

If you recently joined the ranks of iPad-toting lawyers, then you’re probably already aware of the limitations of the iPad’s native keyboard—especially if you’ve tried to draft documents longer than a page or two. No doubt you’ve found that although the iPad’s built-in keyboard is functional, it can oftentimes be frustrating and uncomfortable to work with for long periods of time.

For that reason, many prefer to use a wireless keyboard with their iPad. There are many options available, most of which work with your iPad using a Bluetooth connection. Some prefer to use Apple’s wireless keyboard, a standalone, full-size wireless keyboard, while others prefer to purchase an iPad case with a built-in keyboard.


Nicole Black is a Rochester, New York attorney and the Vice President of Business Development and Community Relations at MyCase, a powerful and intuitive cloud-based law practice management platform. She is also a GigaOM Pro Analyst and is the author of the ABA book Cloud Computing for Lawyers, co-authors the ABA book Social Media for Lawyers: the Next Frontier, and co-authors Criminal Law in New York, a West-Thomson treatise. She is the founder of and speaks regularly at conferences regarding the intersection of law and technology. She publishes four legal blogs and can be reached at 

The problem with coming home from business trips

The problem with coming home from business trips:

8 yo: Mom, what’s this paper? 

Me: Well, it says you have a test coming up on fractions?

8 yo: *starts crying* But I hardly know anything about fractions! I don’t understand them! *Cries harder*

10 yo: Oh! I can help! I know all about fractions!

8 yo: *wailing* I can’t do fractions! This is horrible!

Me: (to 10 yo) Wait. Maybe this note’s for you.

10 yo: What note? Oh yeah! That’s mine.

Me: (to 8 yo) Oops. Sorry kid. My bad.

8 yo: *shuddering sob, then slowly stops crying* I still hate fractions!

Voila! Dinner is served (pan seared chicken w/ leeks, roasted cauliflower and Brussels sprouts and Parmesan rappi)

Voila! Dinner is served (our semi-annual sulfite-free organic hotdog, spinach, Waldorf salad and homemade applesauce)

Voila! Dinner is served (roast pork loin, Parmesan rappi, and homemade apple sauce)

Voila! Dinner is served (coconut cod soup with beet greens and sweet potatoes)

Voila! Dinner is served (dragon fish over rice)

Voila! Dinner is served (chicken Marsala and wild rice with roasted cauliflower )

Chocolate chocolate chip cookies. Om nom nom….

Voila! Dinner is served (chicken, sausage and Swiss chard soup )

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