When a Housing Authority C.A.R.E.S, The Improvements Are R.A.D

Illustrated in this article from the San Francisco Examiner is the heartbreaking, widespread reality that residents of public housing authorities (PHAs) are “alarmed by shimmering, new-looking buildings” in their communities, troubled that these seemingly higher-end establishments will drive up the cost of living and perpetuate higher rates of homelessness. But as District 6 Supervisor Matt … Continue reading When a Housing Authority C.A.R.E.S, The Improvements Are R.A.D

July 2020 Tech Talk for Courts

Take the “Glass Half-Full” Approach – Enjoy the 2020 Virtual Conference Series Brad Smith, ImageSoft Last summer, about this time, I would be hopping from conference to conference for the summer rotation discussing our various digital solutions, but more importantly, catching up with individuals who I consider my friends. Never would I have imagined that, … Continue reading July 2020 Tech Talk for Courts

July 2020 Tech Talk for Government

I Don’t Know Everything, But Here’s Everything I Know.  Vince Hanson, ImageSoft I’m always humbled by how much there is to learn. Take, for instance, news and social media. Last week, I learned that the picture you accompany with any print media is the front-and-center, pre-selected photo for that feature. How did I learn? When … Continue reading July 2020 Tech Talk for Government

July 2020 Tech Talk for Insurers

Don’t Barbeque Your Budget Vince Hanson, ImageSoft How was your Independence Day weekend? Like mine, I’m sure yours was also different – even just from last year. With continued social distancing efforts, parades, public firework shows, and even large gatherings of friends and family were forgone in lieu of safety.  My wife and I love … Continue reading July 2020 Tech Talk for Insurers

Lincoln Log Cars Don’t Drive Courts Forward – But The Component Model Can

Authored by Paul Gorman, Account Executive, ImageSoft. When I was a kid the best toys you could get were the ones that let you build things.  I had an erector set, Lincoln logs and, of course, the king of all building toys – Legos! Being a creative kid, I used to combine the three building … Continue reading Lincoln Log Cars Don’t Drive Courts Forward – But The Component Model Can

The Book Club Blog

How many times have you intended to unwind with a book, only to end up on the phone, scrolling social or asleep by 8pm? Us too – But Not Warren Buffet. No judgment – us too. But when Warren Buffet estimates that he spends 80 percent of his day in a book, maybe we should … Continue reading The Book Club Blog

Court Cooties

Authored by Paul Gorman, Account Executive, ImageSoft In grade school, every boy knew that girls could give them cooties! Not even a cootie shot, we rationalized, would help.  I think we all knew that cooties were not actually fatal, but why chance it? During the current COVID 19 crisis, Courts were very concerned about interacting … Continue reading Court Cooties

June 2020 Tech Talk for Government

Dentist Appointments Will Resume As Usual. Public Health Processes Will Not. Vince Hanson, ImageSoft When the dentist calls to schedule my routine cleaning, I usually cringe. With so much to do in-between work and home responsibilities, lying back while someone uses high-pitched tools on my teeth isn’t exactly how I want to spend my free … Continue reading June 2020 Tech Talk for Government

June 2020 Tech Talk for Courts

Am I the only one wondering how it’s already almost July? Scott Bade, ImageSoft In six short months, 2020 has certainly given us a run for our money. It seems like just yesterday I was chatting with Jim McMillan and the National Center for State Courts about hosting the “Justice Knows No Quarantine” webinar and … Continue reading June 2020 Tech Talk for Courts

“I Love to Climb a Mountain and Reach the Highest Peak”

But it doesn’t thrill us half as much as talking feet-to-feet. With summer finally upon us and the Coronavirus pandemic scaling back, so many of us are thrilled to be able to, again, hug our loved ones, BBQ in small gatherings and head back into the world. Maybe you’ll even find yourself dancing cheek-to-cheek! While … Continue reading “I Love to Climb a Mountain and Reach the Highest Peak”