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Brenda Huettner (Bphuettner -at- aol -dot- com) wrote:
> If you also have personal blogs, how
> strictly do you separate personal and work content?
I never mention my employer by name in my blog, and I'm
extremely careful to avoid anything which might be taken
as business-related information. Aside from that, occasional
workplace items do get blogged about (like a surreal email
exchange with a co-worker earlier today - http://www.bolditalic.com/quotulatiousness_archive/002023.html).
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