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Wrong House Demolished In Michigan After Man Allegedly …

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/10/michigan-wrong-house-demolished-switched-numbers_n_3900593.html
Sep 10, 2013 We can't believe this worked. A Michigan man whose house was going to be
demolished is accused of having swapped his house numbers …


Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

resident Clown. In 1791, under Sheridan’s management, the building was demolished to make way for a larger theatre which opened in 1794. This new Drury

hashtagging-gonewronghownottodoitHashtagging gone wrong. How Not to Do It
from omisido, ago in
A hashtag can be detrimental in the wrong hands. Thanks to the rise of social media, particularly Twitter, the hashtag has become an important linguistic shortcut. Hashtags connect your content with other people talking about the same thing or looking for information about something. This can potentially extend your brand content past your own audience. Unfortunately like with all good things, hashtags are been rapidly hackneyed and demolished by social media “specialist” who don’t understand how to properly use them. Not just that but they are actually hurting their own brands. A recent study from Socialbakers showed that “posts that use one or two hashtags see more interactions per post (593) than those that incorporate more hashtags. Use 10 or more hashtags in a single post, and that number drops to 188 interactions.”


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Same Crew Demolished Wrong House Two Days In A Row …
http://consumerist.com/
Same Crew Demolished Wrong House Two Days In A Row. By Laura Northrup August 23, 2013. wronghouse Everyone makes some mistakes at work sometimes. Usually, though, someone else catches the error before something …

Bruce Schneier on Trust Set
Bruce Schneier, published 2014, 768 pages

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