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July 12, 2005

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Clair Lamb

She's looking for work as a copy editor, and spells "relieved" "releived."

That explains so much, really.

Bryon

I immediately distrust anyone over the age of 15 who has a blog on MySpace. I also have no sympathy for stupid people who actually mention the name of the company they work for while complaining about their job.

PollyPI

For my current PI work I always change names and a few details so (hopefully) nobody could point to any of my posts and say "Yep..that's me."

Another cool thing is my job is "virtual". Most of my coworkers and superiors have never seen me in the flesh, so posting pictures isn't an issue.

Now, on posts from previous work as a death investigator, I still change names but the details are very accurate. Not like they can fire me...

otis

There once was a girl named Helena
Who blogged Random House while un-seen-a
She bitched and she moaned
Contraceptively foamed
‘Til sent home with her tail up between-a


or - should the Montana pronunciation be preferred…


There once was a girl named Helena
Who griped just too much, boy, I’m tellin’ ya’
She kvetched and she schemed
By her boss she got reamed
Career in a hand-basket – to hell in a

Natsuo

Another trick is to write your posts in a language they can't read.

ratfase

"She's looking for work as a copy editor, and spells "relieved" "releived."

That explains so much, really."

haha, owned.

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