The New York Times has an article regarding “The Virtues of a Second Screen.” It might seem obvious, but the article works hard to establish the fact that increase screen real estate increases productivity.
I wonder how this might apply specifically to law students and attorneys. Just from my own experience, I know it would be very helpful to have multiple monitors, especially when doing research and writing. Thus, you could have Westlaw or Lexis open on one screen and your working document on another.
Do any of you have the luxury of a second monitor? If so, has it helped your productivity? Please leave a comment and let us know what your experience has been.
The New York Times: The Virtues of a Second Screen
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