It made our local paper too – complete with the “dooced” reference. Front page section, page 3!!! Freaked me out a tad. But then I realized something. Fourteen people in my office and dozens from offices all over the country – that I know of – maintain MySpace pages. From work. Yeah, they’re time stamped. It’s pretty obvious. If my bosses came after me, at least I’d be armed with something. *snort*
About a month ago our company put out blogging guidelines which clearly identify what you can and cannot do(not during work hours or with company assets)or you can be fired. The policy talks about respecting your co-workers rights to privacy and the bigger issue of revealing sensitive company information.
I used to blog from work because I didn’t have much to do but I am taking this pretty seriously because I don’t want to lose my job even if I don’t particularly care for it!
I blog from work, since I don’t even have internet access at home. However, I have my work done when I play on the internet, and we have no official policy. However, if someone I knew read my blog, they could find me without too much trouble. That might be a little awkward!