Thursday, June 19, 2003
Microsoft Watch: "[I]t seems as if Microsoft corporate is beginning to take more of an active interest in how its employees are expressing their opinions in their Web logs. On Tuesday, as part of its ongoing series of discussions about Microsoft and community, the company is holding an internal panel to discuss employee Weblogging."
Robert Scoble has more: "From when I compared notes with Beth Goza afterward, it was similar to a panel session that happened a week ago at the Weblogger conference. No more or less sinister than that."
Speaking of more or less sinister panels from last week's conference, I'm assembling the feedback from my panel to Phil Wolff's questions and hope to post it this weekend. Sorry for the delay, but I still need to be writing and editing other things at the moment.
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