Monthly Archive: May 2015

May 30

Rules Of Grammar: Commonly Misspelled Words Starting With “Con”

Here are some words starting with “con” that are commonly misspelled: concede conceive conceivable condominium consensus condemn condescend confiscate congratulate Connecticut conqueror conscientious consequence consistent constipation constitution consultant contagious contemptible continuance controlling controversial convalescence convenient conversant convertible

May 29

Friday Phrases

federal rule= FRAOUL federal rules= FRAOULS Federal Rule of Evidence= FRAOUFD Federal Rules of Evidence= FRAOUFDZ federal judge= FRUJ federal grand jury= FR-J grand jury= GR-J federal court= FRALT or FRORT federal courts= FRALTS or FRORTS

May 29

How To Connect To Realtime Using iCVNet

I haven’t yet officially chosen a software that I’m going to use to provide realtime. However, I’m doing my research. Below is a video and some notes on the video concerning using iCVNet to create a realtime feed: How to connect to a court reporter’s realtime event: (1) Connect to the reporter’s Wi-Fi router: (A) …

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May 28

Rules Of Grammar: Baggie vs. Baggy

Baggie is a trademark for manufactured plastic bags of various sizes. Although trademarks are usually capitalized, according to the Free Dictionary: “This trademark, [is] often styled…in lowercase.” Baggy is defined as: “(1) Loose, puffed out. (2) Loosely constructed and inflated with inessential elements.”

May 28

Theory Thursday: Initial & Final V

May 27

Stenspiration™

“Patience and perseverance have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish.” -John Quincy Adams Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

May 27

Random Briefs

subtitle= STAOILT subtitles= STAOILTS supinate= SPINT supination= SPINGS supplication= SPLAEGS subordinate= SBORN subordinated= SBORND subordination= SBORNGS

May 22

Friday Phrases

disciplinary hearing= SPLAIRG duly licensed physician= DLIFGS duly licensed surgeon= DLIRN nothing to say= NOGTS savings account= SAFKT or SAFKTS small claims court= SMAIMT something happened= S-PGD

May 21

Theory Thursday: Speaker Designations

When doing Q&A, or in other situations where there may be several different speakers, it is important to have a variety of designations to identify the multiple speakers. Below is a list of steno briefs that can be used to indicate multiple speakers by number. (Remember, most of the time, these speakers will be defined …

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May 20

Stenspiration™

“The people who make it to the top- whether they’re musicians or great chefs or corporate honchos- are addicted to their calling. You have to honor the gift that God has given you. The people who get the call are the ones who’d be doing whatever it is they love even if they weren’t being …

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