When Twitter goes horribly wrong

There was a time when to break a news story it required multiple legitimate sources or catching someone in the act. In today’s world, thanks in large part to social media platforms like Twitter, that is not the case (Roseanne Barr, I’m looking at you!). Anyone anywhere can put out a story and potentially ruin […]

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Google Cloud policy change

Attention Nicely Done Sites clients, Google Cloud services as well as several other services have changed their policy and have now begun using Google Maps API. This means that what was formerly free services have now moved to a paid model. The changes will take effect on June 11. This is a massive overhaul of […]

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A smartwatch to be used as evidence

In 1905 Thomas and Ann Farrow were discovered in their London home by a neighbor after being brutally attacked. Thomas was dead but Ann was still breathing, though she died four days later never regaining consciousness. Their cash box was empty making it clear this was a robbery and a local milkman saw two men […]

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Russians and your router

The Russians have long been our nemesis here in the US. Whether is was Communist vs. Capitalist, Olympic men’s hockey or basketball or even the various proxy wars that the two sides have fought, Russia has been a dominant force in our political landscape. That is even more true today (and we’re not talking about […]

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