Have you always wondered about the truth of the JFK assassination? Conspiracy theories abound. There was a time when I couldn't bear to hear about "the grassy knoll" anymore!
Last Thursday, the National Archives released thousands of new documents detailing the JFK assassination and the ensuing investigation. The files are, of course, a mess. They are disorganized, incomplete, voluminous, and cobbled together from dozens of different sources.
Let your inner sleuth out. As my friends at Logikcull say in a blog post, they have "uploaded the documents from the JFK Files into Logikcull, allowing you to apply Logikcull's state-of-the-art discovery technology to the nearly 3,000 records released by the government. You can use Logikcull [sic] cull through the junk and focus in on the documents that most interest you, to build complex, powerful searches with ease, and flag documents with tags of your choosing. There's no need to flip through the documents declassified page by declassified page."
Who knows what you'll find? But you'll have fun and have the chance to explore Logikcull's e-discovery technology at the same time.
To get your account, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with "JFK Research Account" as the subject and include your name, title, and company. Then see what you can find.
It's been a number of years, so I can hear the words "the grassy knoll" without flinching if you find anything!
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