Readers here who are themselves bloggers and who perhaps blog about life at work from time to time may find worthwhile this article
in Monday's San Francisco Chronicle
on the work-blog intersection. There have been a few recent high-profile examples of bloggers fired for things they write about their jobs; a writer named Curt Hopkins has been offering up their tales of woe and intrigue at Morpheme Tales
. There was also a report
on fired bloggers on the NPR/Slate
radio program "Day to Day" last week. People sometimes forget that in the land of the free, you check your First Amendment rights at the door when you enter the private sector workplace.