November 27, 2019
TNR12 and Be Therelearning from others
I’m told “f/8 and be there” is a popular expression among photographers. Some say it even sums up the whole wisdom of the craft. There’s a Wikipedia page I expect most everyone reading this blog will enjoy.
“TNR12 and be there” would be the equivalent for lawyers. Especially the technophiles.
TNR is short for Times New Roman. Twelve-point Times New Roman was the default for Microsoft Word 97, and is still the default for much of the legal profession.
Like most preachers, I have failed to practice my own point with the consistency I would advise. This blog post will be, in part, a reminder to myself.
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