NY Times on Employee Blogging Issues – With a Quote from Dennis Kennedy

Check out the article in today’s NY Times called “Interns? No Bloggers Need Apply” by Anna Bahney, which explores the intersection of blogging and employment.
Anna and I spoke earlier this week while she was working on the article and there’s a quote from me in the article toward the end of the piece. Our conversation was quite interesting and I may return to some of the ideas we discussed in future posts on my blog. I thank Anna for including me.
I’ve written quite a bit on blogging policies and blogging and employment/expression issues on the Between Lawyers blog. Our archive of posts on blogging policies is an excellent collection of writings on these topics.
As they say, there’s nothing like being able to drop casually into a conversation, “oh, I was quoted in the New York Times this morning.”
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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