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The EpCop Case: Week 2 in review

A Storify review of Week 2 of the EpCop Case written by Detective Ryan Peterovski.

So I set a plan of action for week 2 of the #EpCop Case! Still no sign of arch-nemesis RPL!
August 8, 2011
Detective Peterovski sets a plan of action for the second week of the EpCop Case

It’s a wet miserable Monday night in downtown Melbourne, Australia. Detective Ryan Peterovski can’t sleep, so he pounds the pavement and sets plan of action for the second week of the EpCop Case.
Actually there’s something I’ve been meaning to tell you all. Since I started the #EpCop Case I’ve been having these strange dreams…
August 9, 2011
Some people might call them dreams, but I call them nightmares. I wonder if there’s a connection with the #EpCop Case…
August 9, 2011
Detective Peterovski”s dream

The team in the lab finally managed to extract and decrypt the contents of the media device that was recently discovered by Detective Peterovski. The contents of the media device took Peterovski and all of the other EpCoP agents by suprise! Just what does Peterovski’s dream mean?
You know that evidence I discovered? It’s a recording of my dream A twist in the #EpCop Case?
August 10, 2011
Solid work on #EpCoP Case by @CaptPoirot to identify international syndicate operated by RPL & VAE
August 10, 2011
I went out shopping for a tie & discovered new evidence for the #EpCop Case
August 11, 2011
Detective Peterovski reflects on the second week of the EpCop Case

While out shopping for a new tie, Detective Peterovski gets a chance to reflect on the second week of the EpCop Case and discover a new piece of evidence.
I’m still thinking about the purpose of my blog, maybe I think too much! The #EpCoP Case is troubling me!
August 13, 2011
Detective Peterovski thinks about the purpose of his blog

When you’re a detective there’s no right or wrong time to think. Detective Peterovski takes some time out from his Saturday afternoon grocery shopping to think a little more about the purpose of his blog and the progress of the EpCop Case.

So I’ve been thinking…

What does Detective Peterovski”s plan look like?

What does Detective Peterovski’s plan look like? At the moment, his plan looks like it follows an interative cycle of creation and review. How can a plan like this help Detective Peterovski solve the EpCop Case?

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