How To Get Siskind's Immigration Bulletin On Your Palm OS or Windows CE
Siskind Susser is pleased to announce that we are the first law firm in the world to make our web content available for downloading to Palm OS and Windows CE devices. If you have a Palm or Windows CE device, you can now receive Siskind's Immigration Bulletin automatically every time you sync your device. We have created a specially-formatted version of the the newsletter that can be easily read on a palm-size screen. Now you can keep up with the latest immigration news on the go! Just follow the simple instructions below.
1. To set this up, you will need to download AvantGo on the computer you use to sync up your Palm or Windows CE device. AvantGo is free software that allows you to download publications on to your handheld device every time you sync up. You can use AvantGo to download publications like the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today as well as track Federal Express documents, view flight schedules for major airlines and much more. Download the software at http://www.avantgo.com and follow the installation instructions.
2. After you set up your AvantGo software, log in to your account at http://avantgo.com/login/.
3. Once you log in, click on the button to create a channel or go to http://avantgo.com/mydevice/create_channel.html.
4. Name the channel "Siskind's Immigration Bulletin" and type in the URL location http://www.visalaw.com/palm.
5. Next, set the maximum channel size to 200KB, check no to the question on including images, type "2" for the link depth and answer no to "Follow Off Site Links?"
6. Next, you will be asked to set how often you want your Palm or Windows CE to try to download Siskind's Immigration Bulletin. You can select an option to download as frequently as every time you sync your device to as infrequently as once a week. Note that our newsletter is published at the beginning of each work week, but we do issue special newsletters when important news is breaking.
7. You will then be prompted to save your choices and, voila!, you're done. If you ever decide to change your preferences or stop downloading the newsletter, just log in to your account at the address above and modify your account.
Disclaimer: This newsletter is provided as a public service and not intended to establish an attorney client relationship. Any reliance on information contained herein is taken at your own risk.