Although shorthand is important and wholly necessary, stenographers rarely make headlines. But that is changing, thanks to Wisconsin basketball team The Badgers. Basketball player Nigel Hayes startled press conference attendees with some big words, including “onomatopoeia,” “antidisestablishmentarianism,” and “cattywampus.” Hayes offered this explanation to the bewildered press: “Well, that wonderful young lady over there, I

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Spin-off television show “Better Call Saul” is a prequel to the popular and award-winning Breaking Bad,” The Albuquerque Journal writes, and it is also a glimpse into the true-life responsibilities and importance of court reporters. Albuquerque woman Jennifer Bean appeared on the very first episode of “Better Call Saul.” Bean worked as court reporter, and