Anthony D. Frisolone
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Airplane Crash in New York City.

When I came out of court today, I heard about this airplane crash in the Hudson River. Living in New York, I'm not a stranger to airplanes crashing. Of course, I couldn't help to think back to 9/11. My spirits rose to hear that everyone survived and bravo to the pilot and crew of that airplane, they did a great job! Also, bravo to the passengers who didn't panic and trample each other.

Although, it's a shame a perfectly good airplane is lost, it's not a shame that we have skilled… Continue

Posted on January 15, 2009 at 18:07 — 7 Comments

Good-bye Old Friend; Hello New Friend

The year starts off like a pair of new shoes. They feel stiff, you don't know what to expect from them, and that's it you're stuck with them. 2008 for me startee off with new goals and aspirations, along the way there were rough spots and some things just stayed with me the whole year refusing to go away; an unresolved issue without any answer. To say the least I've spent the past year in a funk although seemingly I've been upbeat and optimistic. I guess I'm good at keeping up appearances. I… Continue

Posted on December 22, 2008 at 17:17

Our Lives Outside of Court Reporting

Hey gang, I think by now we've figured out that we're all a bunch of gung-ho reporters who enjoy what we do in the profession. But what do we enjoy doing outside of reporting? For instance, do you have a favorite wine or a particular type of food? Are you an artist or a musician?

I'll start things off. I play drums in a pipe and drum band. I also play golf, and enjoy bike riding. My favorite sports teams are the New York Yankees for baseball; The New York Jets and Giants for… Continue

Posted on November 18, 2008 at 17:00 — 11 Comments

I Love it When a Plan Comes Together

After weeks of planning, the second semiannual student seminar that I was in charge of organizing was held today. The event was held at the Federal Courthouse where I work and It was called the Basics of Writing Multivoice Dictation. I came up with the topic as a result of students writing to me saying that the schools weren't doing enough to give them multivoice dictation. Again, no fee was charged to any of the 63 students that attended. 93 students registered for the event in… Continue

Posted on November 15, 2008 at 17:30 — 3 Comments

On The Road Again....

Well, I'm back from a busy eight days in Anaheim. My family and I saw everything we possibly could see, from Disneyland to Sea World to Hollywood and everything in between.

The convention was great for the two days I spent there, but spending my time with my family was the focus.

So, it took me almost a week to recover from the combination of jet lag and just general fatigue from a very busy week out west.

Well, I've dropped my speed to the RPR level and have… Continue

Posted on August 13, 2008 at 4:00

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At 19:21 on February 16, 2018, Marinda Valenti said…

Hi, Anthony! Hope you're well. Please let me know if you ever need a PDF proofreader -- I'd love to help you out! Feel free to contact me at anytime. :) You can check out for my rates and further info. Thank you!

At 23:26 on August 2, 2011, RAC2630 said…
Well, Anthony, if you still need a scopist, just let me k.ow! I'm still here working on growing ny business! I already have a couple of scopists. :)
At 7:34 on August 31, 2009, Christine Grucci said…
Hi Anthony, I'm in school for court reporting and am in the 120 speed range and love learning steno. I'm using the CaseCatylyst software and am hoping to reach 160 by the end of this semester. Any suggestions? Thanks
At 15:35 on August 24, 2009, Kyung said…
Thanks for the cite format. It's just been too long. Citations just don't come up that often in depos.
At 18:54 on July 21, 2009, Christine Kirley said…
I'll check out that file. Thanks
At 11:04 on June 20, 2009, Dawn M. said…
Hey Mr. Frislolone, I forgot to ask you this the last time you substituted in my class but right now I'm in 160 - 180 class, and I want to get Case Catalyst for home. Do you think I should get the student version, or would I just be waisting my money, getting it so late.
At 11:30 on June 18, 2009, Christine Kirley said…
I love it when the software does all the hard work for you. As it should be.

I also learned a couple of macros for time and date. How cool is that? Now I don't have to worry about putting the colon in during time references and slashes in during date references. Also learned one for an untranslate and a way to fix it.

Do you have any really cool macros? These are my only three, and I'm sure I'm missing out on a whole bunch of macros I could be using.

Such a newbie to this and have been fixing way too much after the fact.
At 9:25 on June 18, 2009, Christine Kirley said…
I am SO EXCITED. Yesterday was amazing. Had a trustee on an embezzlement case, and the numbers looked GREAT!!. My only issue was when they said "and" in the numbers, I was writing "and." I need to drop that. I also just checked "ignore and" in my translate box. Maybe that will resolve it. The numbers were coming up $5,575 and .75.

Thanks for all your help. I was beaming yesterday when those numbers looked so nice!!
At 21:21 on May 22, 2009, Michels Court Reporters said…
Thanks very much, Anthony. I may well give ya a call. :-)
At 19:06 on May 20, 2009, Chuck Coleman said…
Thanks, Anthony!



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