By Kealan Patrick Burke
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Published: Aug. 24, 2011
Words: 5,710 (approximate)
Welcome to the digital age.
Cell phones and text messaging allows us to keep in touch with each other no matter where we are...
Instant messaging has brought us closer together...
Social networking allows anyone not only to contact you whenever they want, but to learn everything they need to know about you too.
When it's the right person, it can be wonderful.
When it isn't, it can be murder.
"What follows is the transcript from a series of screenshots emailed to the Columbus City Police on June 7th, 2011, and subsequently distributed to the media."
Everyone has a page...
In the last few years, social networking has exploded as one of the best and easiest means of keeping in touch with people. It increases your visibility, allows the creation of a profile that shows you to the world and lets them know everything about you.
Allows anyone to find you.
Written mostly as a series of Facebook instant messages and presented as a true-crime case, this short story by Bram Stoker Award-winning author Kealan Patrick Burke illustrates the ease with which innocent associations on the Internet can lead to tragedy...OFFLINE.
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