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The proof is in the pudding

Mary Richards  |  posted May 14th - 9:33am
What to include in Sunday's wrap-up show -- Wanda bashing, swine flu counting, Shurtleff tweeting or fridge sickening?
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Engage! at UVU

Amanda Dickson  |  posted May 14th - 7:13am
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Is it our duty to spend?

Grant Nielsen  |  posted May 14th - 5:18am
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Rock 'n roll golf

Scott Seeger  |  posted May 13th - 2:29pm
I have three favorite forms of recreation: golf, skiing, and golf. The first and last paid off in an interesting way this week.
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Remember the phone?

Becky Bruce  |  posted May 12th - 6:46pm
I love social networking as much as the next person, but remember when we used to actually talk to our friends? What a wild idea!
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Twitter As A Terrorist Tool

Ethan Millard  |  posted May 12th - 5:51pm
Hey AG Shurtleff, it could have been worse. You could have done what Rep. Hoekstra did

Or you could have accidentally enabled terrorists in their work.

A recent military intelligence report identifies 3 scenarios under which terrorists could leverage Twitter:

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Lifting the curtain

Scott Seeger  |  posted May 12th - 5:48pm
Goodbye Zion Curtain and good riddance.
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Twitter and National Security

Ethan Millard  |  posted May 12th - 5:27pm
As demonstrated by AG Shurtleff, the stakes can be high for politicians on sites like Twitter or Facebook.

Of course while some mistakes may compromise a political career, other mistakes could compromise national security.

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Twitter and Challenging Senator Bennett

Ethan Millard  |  posted May 12th - 5:19pm
So Utah's Attorney General is taking on Senator Bennett.

He accidentally posted a private conversation to Twitter. It included details such as:

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New DUI Laws

Alex Kirry  |  posted May 12th - 3:44pm
Utah's Laws Still Come up Short
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