One thing every experienced investigator and seasoned trial lawyer recognizes is the truth in the old saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” (And in many cases, tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars…)
But, as many of you know, we’ve been swamped the past few weeks tweaking our new product line for release (this Wednesday!). So for this week’s Bulletin topic – photo sharing – we’ve asked for help from our delightful, insightful and totally knowledgeable friends over at French Maid TV.
They explain it all in their above clip so we won’t go over it again but as we cautioned in our July 2, 2007 Bulletin, be sure to remove all metadata (hidden data such as reversible authoring notes, embedded dates…) from your files – including photos and vids – before sharing them with others for whatever necessary reasons. (You can retrieve the 7/2/07 Metadata Bulletin in the right column on this page our just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Note “Metadata” in the subject line.)
Please enjoy the French Maids as they, in their inimitable style, explain the ins and outs of sharing that most powerful of negotiating tools – photographs. (Pillow fight notwithstanding…)
BNI Investigators: Street smart; Web savvy.