Palo Alto PD Plans to Live-Tweet a Friday Night, Because of Course

Palo Alto PD Plans to Live-Tweet a Friday Night, Because of Course

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New Palo Alto’s finest. (Photo: flickr.com/neeta_lind) Is there any place more constantly connected than Silicon Valley? The latest illustration: The Palo Alto Police Department is doing a “virtual ride-along,” on Friday night, via Twitter (of course.) Is anyone else now picturing Jack Dorsey inviting himself along, providing design tips and suggestions...
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