The Baltimore Sun‘s Hanah Cho has a great item about using technology in the presence of others, and what might be going too far
BusinessWeek‘s Karen Klein makes a case for a company blog, even for internal use
VOTE: Fast Company asks “Do company executives really understand how people use their products?”
Recently, AOL released stacks of search results from its users, which somewhat enabled anyone with about 15 minutes and a mouse to figure out a decent profile of any of the individuals included in the “release.” Wired’s Annalee Newitz shares what might be the top ten “dubmest privacy debacles” that we’ve seen
Jeremy Pepper summed up his experiences at the Second Life Convention in four posts, check ’em out here: 1, 2, 3, 4. If you’re interested in SL and don’t feel like just paying someone to figure out how to get you started, then this is a good start for your reading.
While we’re on Second Life, check out who’s next to join the SL train
Bloggers are checking out the Web 2.0ishness of newspapers online