Blogging on and off the corporate domain

Always delightful social media guru practitioner (and north shore Massachusetts neighbor) Chris Brogan has an excellent post on the overlap/conflict between personal brand and corporate brand: “The Big Risk for Corporate Trust Agents.” I started writing this as a comment on that post, but realized it was really a post in its own right. Key […]

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More on Moglen v. O’Reilly

Last week, during the O’Reilly Executive Briefing at OSCON, I blogged about the Moglen O’Reilly interview – “Eben Moglen – Putting the F back in FOSS.” Although the video hasn’t yet surfaced, some interesting commentaries have.

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Liveblogging like a pro

I’ve written before about the (controversial in some circles) phenomenon of liveblogging: posting notes in near-real-time from a conference. On Friday, Ethan Zuckerman posted The 5-4-3 double play, or “The Art of Conference Blogging”, including an extensive set of tips on how to do blog from conferences more effectively. As one might expect, it’s a […]

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