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  • Ricky Gurley
    To all, I just posted a new entry on my blog that some of you may find useful if you have a need to build time lines. There is also a sample on my blog, from a
    Message 1 of 7 , Jul 13, 2008
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      To all,

      I just posted a new entry on my blog that some of you may find useful
      if you have a need to build time lines.

      There is also a sample on my blog, from a case that I am working.

      Feel free to get another great web application that is FREE from my
      blog: http://rmriinc.blogspot.com/index.html


      Rick.
    • Vicki Siedow
      Whatever happened to using Office 2007 as PI case management software? Can this timeline program work with that? Is this case management program search a
      Message 2 of 7 , Jul 13, 2008
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        Whatever happened to using Office 2007 as PI case management software? Can
        this timeline program work with that? Is this case management program
        search a Holy Grail?





        Vicki Siedow

        Siedow & Associates Investigations

        2629 Foothill Blvd. # 262

        La Crescenta, CA 91214

        (Los Angeles County)

        800-448-6431

        818-242-0130

        818-688-3295 fax

        Siedow@...

        http://Siedow.LawAndOrder.com

        CA Licensed PI #22852; RPS 5538

        CITRMS: Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist

        NCISS: National Council of Investigative and Security Services







        From: infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com [mailto:infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com]
        On Behalf Of Ricky Gurley
        Sent: Sunday, July 13, 2008 6:42 PM
        To: infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: [infoguys-list] Another GREAT Web Application for P.I.s from RMRI,
        INc.



        To all,

        I just posted a new entry on my blog that some of you may find useful
        if you have a need to build time lines.

        There is also a sample on my blog, from a case that I am working.

        Feel free to get another great web application that is FREE from my
        blog: http://rmriinc.blogspot.com/index.html

        Rick.





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      • Ricky Gurley
        ... software? Can ... There are no Holy Grails ... But, what this system does that I have formed is allow P.I.s on a budget, that can not afford to spend
        Message 3 of 7 , Jul 13, 2008
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          --- In infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com, "Vicki Siedow"
          <SiedowAndAssociates@...> wrote:
          >
          > Whatever happened to using Office 2007 as PI case management
          software? Can
          > this timeline program work with that? Is this case management program
          > search a Holy Grail?


          There are no "Holy Grails"... But, what this system does that I have
          formed is allow P.I.s on a budget, that can not afford to spend much
          to have a complete Case Management System for free. You also have to
          understand that different people will have different preferences on
          what case management system they use.

          I'll put more in about this later, but I have developed a system that
          is pretty simple but it delivers a complete case management system
          with everything from Time Lines, to Spread Sheets, to Organizational
          Charts, to an Accounting System to a CRM with unlimited storage that
          can be used by multiple people to collaborate on cases with. All of
          the applications allow for private collaboration and public display.
          Right now the trick is to find a good tabbed browser with the smallest
          memory footprint possible; I am experimenting with that now... Opera
          has a pretty significant memory footprint with all of the tabs on it.

          Microsoft Business Contact Manager does a fine job, and I use it. But
          my focus here is to provide something powerful and effective for the
          P.I.s that are on a budget.

          Yes, there is a way to link all of these systems to Business Contact
          Manager.

          What you are seeing on my blog in regards to Web 2.0 Applications are
          free tools that a Private Investigator can use in his or her every day
          operations, without having to spend thousands of dollars on software
          only to find out that the software might not provide everything he or
          she needs. I have put A LOT of time and a TON of money into this
          research, buying software, testing it, and researching what else would
          be needed to provide a complete package for P.I. work. It is also
          beneficial to me, right now I am ""golden" with the local attorneys
          here because I can document my cases in ways that are comprehensive,
          easy to understand, and in ways that allow me to find patterns,
          discreprencies, and such in my investigations and in ways that most of
          these attorneys have never even seen before; due to the heavy research
          that I have done on these applications that you are seeing on my blogs.

          I am passing this research off to other P.I.s because not everyone has
          the money to invest in software to determine what type of case
          management system they might prefer. Hopefully this research will be
          helpful to the new P.I.s on a budget, or the P.I.s that just don't
          have a lot of money.


          Rick.

          http://rmriinc.bestcyberinvestigator.com
        • Vicki Siedow
          Gee, I wish I had waited for the free version. Can you tell me if there is any advantage to the Office 2007 version, and how I can incorporate things like the
          Message 4 of 7 , Jul 13, 2008
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            Gee, I wish I had waited for the free version. Can you tell me if there is
            any advantage to the Office 2007 version, and how I can incorporate things
            like the timeline into that? I still haven't got my 2007 set up totally to
            manage cases. I am working out the bugs and trying to learn it all.





            Vicki Siedow

            Siedow & Associates Investigations

            2629 Foothill Blvd. # 262

            La Crescenta, CA 91214

            (Los Angeles County)

            800-448-6431

            818-242-0130

            818-688-3295 fax

            Siedow@...

            http://Siedow.LawAndOrder.com

            CA Licensed PI #22852; RPS 5538

            CITRMS: Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist

            NCISS: National Council of Investigative and Security Services







            From: infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com [mailto:infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com]
            On Behalf Of Ricky Gurley
            Sent: Sunday, July 13, 2008 9:44 PM
            To: infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com
            Subject: [infoguys-list] Re: Another GREAT Web Application for P.I.s from
            RMRI, INc.



            --- In infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com
            <mailto:infoguys-list%40yahoogroups.com> , "Vicki Siedow"
            <SiedowAndAssociates@...> wrote:
            >
            > Whatever happened to using Office 2007 as PI case management
            software? Can
            > this timeline program work with that? Is this case management program
            > search a Holy Grail?

            There are no "Holy Grails"... But, what this system does that I have
            formed is allow P.I.s on a budget, that can not afford to spend much
            to have a complete Case Management System for free. You also have to
            understand that different people will have different preferences on
            what case management system they use.

            I'll put more in about this later, but I have developed a system that
            is pretty simple but it delivers a complete case management system
            with everything from Time Lines, to Spread Sheets, to Organizational
            Charts, to an Accounting System to a CRM with unlimited storage that
            can be used by multiple people to collaborate on cases with. All of
            the applications allow for private collaboration and public display.
            Right now the trick is to find a good tabbed browser with the smallest
            memory footprint possible; I am experimenting with that now... Opera
            has a pretty significant memory footprint with all of the tabs on it.

            Microsoft Business Contact Manager does a fine job, and I use it. But
            my focus here is to provide something powerful and effective for the
            P.I.s that are on a budget.

            Yes, there is a way to link all of these systems to Business Contact
            Manager.

            What you are seeing on my blog in regards to Web 2.0 Applications are
            free tools that a Private Investigator can use in his or her every day
            operations, without having to spend thousands of dollars on software
            only to find out that the software might not provide everything he or
            she needs. I have put A LOT of time and a TON of money into this
            research, buying software, testing it, and researching what else would
            be needed to provide a complete package for P.I. work. It is also
            beneficial to me, right now I am ""golden" with the local attorneys
            here because I can document my cases in ways that are comprehensive,
            easy to understand, and in ways that allow me to find patterns,
            discreprencies, and such in my investigations and in ways that most of
            these attorneys have never even seen before; due to the heavy research
            that I have done on these applications that you are seeing on my blogs.

            I am passing this research off to other P.I.s because not everyone has
            the money to invest in software to determine what type of case
            management system they might prefer. Hopefully this research will be
            helpful to the new P.I.s on a budget, or the P.I.s that just don't
            have a lot of money.

            Rick.

            http://rmriinc.bestcyberinvestigator.com





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          • Ricky Gurley
            ... there is ... things ... totally to ... The two biggest advantages to Business Contact Manger is that it is compacted into one module, and that it can be
            Message 5 of 7 , Jul 13, 2008
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              --- In infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com, "Vicki Siedow"
              <SiedowAndAssociates@...> wrote:
              >
              > Gee, I wish I had waited for the free version. Can you tell me if
              there is
              > any advantage to the Office 2007 version, and how I can incorporate
              things
              > like the timeline into that? I still haven't got my 2007 set up
              totally to
              > manage cases. I am working out the bugs and trying to learn it all.


              The two biggest advantages to Business Contact Manger is that it is
              compacted into one module, and that it can be set up as a client to a
              server (big for me, since I have an Exchange Server in my home/office;
              "the basement". LOL.)

              Outlook actually has a browser built into it, just use that browser to
              get your web applications. enable the "web" option in your tool bar
              options.

              I also have a server that records all incoming and outgoing phone
              calls on my business phone line, and that can be incorporated into
              Business Contact Manager too.....


              Rick

              http://rmriinc.bestcyberinvestigator.com
            • June Gustus
              Thank you so much, Rick for these great resources! Can Dipity be put into a format for e-mailing or printing, which would be needed at the completion of a
              Message 6 of 7 , Jul 14, 2008
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                Thank you so much, Rick for these great resources! Can "Dipity" be put into
                a format for e-mailing or printing, which would be needed at the completion
                of a case? Cheers!



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                From: infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com [mailto:infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com]
                On Behalf Of Ricky Gurley
                Sent: Sunday, July 13, 2008 9:42 PM
                To: infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com
                Subject: [infoguys-list] Another GREAT Web Application for P.I.s from RMRI,
                INc.



                To all,

                I just posted a new entry on my blog that some of you may find useful
                if you have a need to build time lines.

                There is also a sample on my blog, from a case that I am working.

                Feel free to get another great web application that is FREE from my
                blog: http://rmriinc. <http://rmriinc.blogspot.com/index.html>
                blogspot.com/index.html

                Rick.





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              • Ricky Gurley
                ... put into ... completion ... Dipity will allow you to embed it on a web page. It will also allow you to send it as a URL, just like this URL listed below:
                Message 7 of 7 , Jul 14, 2008
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                  --- In infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com, "June Gustus" <June@...> wrote:
                  >
                  > Thank you so much, Rick for these great resources! Can "Dipity" be
                  put into
                  > a format for e-mailing or printing, which would be needed at the
                  completion
                  > of a case? Cheers!


                  Dipity will allow you to embed it on a web page. It will also allow
                  you to send it as a URL, just like this URL listed below:

                  http://www.dipity.com/user/rmriinc/timeline/Ronnie_Hudson_Statement_Timeline


                  So, if you can email a link, you can email a Dipity Time Line.

                  You can also name other people as Editors on your time line; so
                  instead of emailing Diptiy, you can being people to your Dipity Time Line.

                  You can't print right now, at least not where it would look pretty.
                  For presentation I'd use a projector or just a large monitor.


                  Rick.

                  http://rmriinc.bestcyberinvestigator.com
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