• The New Header and Bates Tool by Kami

    Starting next month, Kami will be introducing the Header and Bates Tool to work users. The new tool will enable the addition of Bates numbers on documents. With the increasing number of lawyers, as well as people in the medical and business fields signing up to Kami, the demand for a PDF tool that can edit the headers with Bates and reflow the page numbers have been recognised, and we are excited to roll-out the new tool to help our professional users with their workflow. What is Bates? Bates numbering (also known as Bates stamping, Bates branding, Bates coding, or Bates labelling) is a method of indexing legal documents for easy…

  • 4 Reasons Why You Should Attend an EdTech Conference

    This year I’ve been able to attend a handful of educational technology conferences across the country. There are numerous benefits of attending an edtech conference. From large events like FETC in Orlando this past January to smaller events like UCET in Salt Lake City this past March, I’ve found that there is always plenty to learn! Are you looking for a reason to attend an edtech conference this year? Are you trying to convince a school administrator to support your efforts? This list provides a handful of reasons why an educational technology conference is a must-attend event. Inspirational Big Ideas The keynote speakers at an edtech conference are thoughtfully chosen…

  • Ice Breakers to Increase Sales

    For any client meeting, the start up conversations are very critical. Here both parties will assess each other; the client tends to be keen, especially if they want to know if they can trust and if they are dealing with the right person. The same goes for the real estate agent – they have to know immediately what their client wants in order to close the deal as smoothly and quickly as possible. For any real estate agent, putting their best foot forward is always advisable, but how can one do this if some clients build walls between them? Whether you like it or not, there will be initial tensions…

  • The Home Selling Process

    Many have the notion that selling your home is as easy as selling a cake in a bakery, but it is not. It requires more than just sticking up a “garage sale” sign and expecting people to come right up your front step to buy. Selling a home is never a “piece of cake.” In fact, it requires a lot of time and effort to sell a property and close the deal. While selling a home may vary from state to state, the process is almost identical. Here are steps and helpful tips for selling your home: Be Ready Selling a home takes a toll, especially on your emotions. There…

  • Using Skype for Virtual Field Trips around the World

    New technologies, such as social media, have found their way to the academic setting. More than at any time in the history of education, it is easier now for students to share ideas and collaborate with one another. For example, many classes have created their own Facebook groups to enable students to post their ideas and ask questions. Similarly, teachers use Facebook groups as an avenue for conducting online exams instead of the traditional classroom exams. Likewise, online programs, such as Google Docs and Kami, make it possible for students to edit their work online and to share them with other students. If the students don’t have offline software like…