Quote of the Day - Clothes and manners do not make the man; but, when he is made, they greatly improve his appearance.
You can surf May It Please The Court and discover many little tricks about the way things work on our site. If you want the Cliff notes, we've got a primer for you. We continue to improve the site to make it more user-friendly, frequently adding or changing the way things works thanks to your suggestions. Two suggestions we were most pleased to implement were the Americans with Disabilities-compliant, text-only site and a PDA-friendly site for those of you who read MIPTC on your PDA.
The latest additions to our long list of features and benefits are two items. First, we added a small little button under each post called the "Email to a friend" icon. Click on this button and, for example, you get this screen. Fill it out, and the post is on its way to your nearest and dearest, or perhaps to someone who needs to have a point made. Second, you can now download my vCard to your computer by clicking on the link under my photo, over there to the left.
We promise not to enroll you or your friend's email into a database (unless you click on the box at the bottom to be added in to our extensive list of email recipients) and we promise never to sell or divulge this email list to anyone else (even our sponsors) if you sign up. We respect your privacy.
There's one other change we've made to accommodate readers' requests to comment on various posts but at the same time prevent comment spam. Comments are now open for posts under 14 days old, and then the comment box automatically closes. Don't worry, though, after the comments have closed, you can send me your comment, and I'll post it.
Our next improvement will be the long-awaited and much-requested restart of periodic MIPTC emails to your desktop. After we made several software changes in MIPTC and our law firm's software, we've suspended it for about six months or so. Due to popular demand, however, it will be back shortly (read: immediately after we get the last few bugs worked out). And yes, for those of you who have asked, MIPTC will likewise resume its regular podcasts of its daily posts in the very near future.
As always, your suggestions for improvement are welcome. We really do listen and implement them.