Archive for November 9th, 2009

Scott Rothstein, Florida Lawyer, Under Investigation

Monday, November 9th, 2009

Scott Rothstein, a lawyer from the Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler firm in Florida, is facing the scrutiny of federal agents. The FBI believes that Mr. Rothstein may have misappropriated millions of dollars worth of investment funds.

Rothstein has not admitted to any inappropriate deeds and no one knows for sure whether or not he is cooperating with or has met with federal authorities.

What we do know is that Rothstein conducts business in a very strange setting. Mr. Rothstein has a private entrance to his firm as well as a private elevator. He has high-tech monitoring equipment outside of his office suite and has had soundproofing materials installed all around his office.

We like soundproofing – we don’t like shady dealings. We can’t wait to see how this case plays out.

Eliminating Cell Phone Camera Noise

Monday, November 9th, 2009

It occurs to us that while some people are relatively adept at using cell phones and their related technology, others could use a little help when it comes to getting things started. One of the most common questions we’ve seen lately revolves around silencing the sound a cell phone makes when you use it to take photographs.

First of all, the default settings on any cell phone are usually very loud. In most cases you can to into your phone’s settings, visit the tools menu, and make any changes you need to the sound levels. You can change not only the type of tone you hear but the frequency as well.

In many cases there is a button right on the side of the cell phone that allows you to control volume. Using this button between phone calls will change the volume of your ringer and in many cases lowers the volume on all of your controls at the same time.

Play with your phone and, if in doubt, visit the website of the phone manufacturer or give them a call. There is almost always a sound solution when it comes to cell phones, even if it’s not easy to find at first.