I just got done with a lunchtime phone interview with a reporter for the AP. There’s no telling where it might show up, but there’s at least a chance that my name will start popping up again over the next day or so in the midst of another story about blogging and jobs.
What it boils down to is that over the years, time and time again, I’ve gotten incredibly friendly and personal service from the crew at Six Apart. I can’t think of a better way to build and maintain customer loyalty than that.
My Uncle Doug pointed this one out to me: Blogging is all fun and games, until the boss finds out. The article doesn’t cover any new ground, and I just get a single-sentence mention, but it’s another one for the list.
About two weeks ago, I spent some time being interviewed by Amy Joyce of the Washington Post about my expulsion from the Microsoft campus for an article she was working on about the potential pitfalls of blogging about one’s job. The article went live today: Free Expression Can Be Costly When Bloggers Bad-Mouth Jobs.