Why the Internet's Amateur Detectives Love True Crime

Why the Internet's Amateur Detectives Love True Crime
Lost was a show built for a growing class of digital-native pop-culture fans, comfortable with scrubbing through video slowly and repeatedly, and compiling databases of clues and theories, doing research away from the TV set. Audiences mined every …
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Newcastle Facebook fraudsters ordered to do unpaid work for their part in
“Part and parcel of that is the message board or time line, where people can post comments. “What the … John Graham, representing Capocci, who now works as a bar supervisor at Newcastle's Digital nightclub, said he was not part of a 'criminal …
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Public has plenty to say at OPS board meeting about proposed sex ed curriculum
People poured into the Administrative Center near 30th and Cuming for the meeting. It's been 30 years since the OPS sex education curriculum has been updated. Both the district and school board members told KETV NewsWatch 7 it's due for an upgrade, …
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How Match.com Has Helped Us Hook Up And Find Love Since 1995

How Match.com Has Helped Us Hook Up And Find Love Since 1995
After changing hands a few times in the late 1990s, Match is now the centerpiece of Internet firm IAC's digital dating empire, which also includes sites like OKCupid, Tinder, BlackPeopleMeet, and Chemistry.com. … Dial-in dating bulletin board systems …
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WD My Cloud Mirror review: Your files here, there, and everywhere
People want a place where they can store all their digital stuff, share it with people, and have easy access to it from all their devices. For many, that's a service such as Dropbox, iDrive, or iCloud. But what if you don't want all your stuff stored …
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Survey reveals concerns about attacks on scholars on social media
Yik Yak, the popular smartphone app that bills itself as a digital “local bulletin board,” has been at the center of several such incidents, including anonymous racist posts and death threats. Two out of five faculty members say Yik Yak has been a …
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