Well, THAT narrows it down

This museum has a constantly rotating list of special exhibitions on the website, and a web manager pilot fish who has to keep the list updated manually.

"About a week after a large special exhibition ended -- and I removed it from the website -- I received a frantic text from the museum CEO in the middle of the night," says fish. "He said the recently closed exhibition was still being posted online.

"I quickly booted up and started searching and combing through the website, but I didn't find anything. So I texted back to the CEO, asking where he saw the outdated content.

"His response: 'On my iPad.'"

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