It is a good place, I can tell already. The culture of the firm is easy and not stuffy. Everyone is extremely helpful and there are actual departments do take care of the awful administrative end of practicing (changing addresses with the courts, etc.) The work is demanding in that I am unfamiliar with how the equipment systems work. Not all of our folks have started. We have no paralegals so all of the grunt work has to be done by me and the attorneys. It makes it a little harder and I don't get as much done in a day. I'm usually wiped by the end of the day. I like the challenge and it has been a good change for me. I'm actually getting to the office early. That NEVER used to happen.
Know your not the most technical person. But you can update the smartpix easily in Vista (no need to upgrade to windows 7)... and it works in both ...(I like Windows 7 though)... also supposedly the new 360 will work properly in Vista now as well.. (and you can use the Smartpix instead of the blue LED/infared cable that used to come with 360).. I think even the improvement of 360 working in vista is a good thing.
The summary version, download the file for the smartpix, and follow the instructions (theres a PDF)... I *think* you have to download the file, open it, and then copy ONE file you unpacked onto the main directory on the Smartpix.. (right click the proper file, select copy then drag it onto the smartpix icon/drive icon for the smartpix... The software does look a little nicer...
You know ill help you as much as i can.. (Windows 7 is really nice but depending on how old your PC is, its not necessarily worth it to upgrade it.. )
Hi Marie B
Thanks for the welcome - and the 'compass'.
I can't believe how much information is out here!
And it's the best kind: from the people all over the world having similar experiences, and their willingness to share it freely. Keep in touch.
Sitting on the recliner,feet up doing some homework. I need 30 hours of ceu's to renew my license by April. Only have 16 so far. Usually get it done at work but am out now 6 weeks and not cleared to go back till the end of Feb. So gotta work on it at home. Hate the TEDS but they do help. Stay warm.
Sounds like you really like the desitronic(: Unfortunately, I can only choose between the Animas, OmniPod, and Mini Med. My doctor and the hospital specializes in those. I added samsmom as my friend. Thank you so much.
I have all the Superbowl stuff already cuz Pete took me out. Just mad cuz my son & Granddaughter are supposed to come up from Willow Grove to visit tomorrow. = ( Have not seen them since Christmas between my hospitalizations, the bad weather and they had a stomach flu and didn't want to bring it here.
I just added myself to the teen group. Everything is getting a little easier everyday. Everything used to seem so complicated, but it is all getting simpler. I bet its going to change once I get a pump. Do you have any recommendations for a pump? I have my first pump class on the 25 of Feb.
I have the Nortin (?) security spywrae. I'll check into what you recomended though. Free is a GOOD thing around here! LOL!
My BIL is a good mood? He's got the Dickerson in his veins. I can do better with that personality than any of the Dickerson's can. I have that Hopper in my veins and ........................Ugh let's just say they don't get to far with me! LOL Hopper over showdes Dickerson ANY DAY! LOL!
Sorry, its taken me so long to get into the groove of this website lol just now beginning to get the hang of it :)
My husband is in the military and we are stationed in Monterey CA right now, I am originally from Medford Oregon. What brought you to New Jersey?
Hope to talk to you soon :)
Expecting more nasty weather this weekend. Was hoping it would bypass us cuz my son Kevin and granddaughter Samantha are supposed to visit. Haven't seen them for over a month. Miss my little cutie. Hope Phil was right. Need to see an early spring.
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