Re: "New Media"
I've recently started my first blog, and it leads me to wonder--how many of
you are using blogs and/or wikis in your work? What's working well (or
poorly) for you? If you also have personal blogs, how strictly do you separate
personal and work content?
my new blog: http://vagabond.blogsome.com
Ahhh, I just came across a great resource the other day. EFF's legal guide for bloggers:
It's just my day job....
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