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December 17, 2003

Executives ARE Blogging

While researching information for a future blog on “Why Companies Don’t Blog”, I came across a NY Times article on executives that do blog. (Yesterday I wrote about Why Executives Don't Blog.)

The article briefly mentioned that blogging can be a minefield because corporate execs may expose trade secrets and get caught up in disclosure rules.

But that hasn’t stopped these executives from blogging:

Alan Meckler, ceo JuniperMedia (technology research firm)

James Horton, senior director at Robert Martson & Associates (public relations agency)

Tim O’Reilly, president of O’Reilly & Associates (technology book production company)

Christopher Ireland, ceo of Cheskin (marketing consultant firm)

John Palfrey, executive director at Harvard Law School

Ray Ozzie, ceo Groove Networks (software company)
In this post, Ray offers blog guidelines for employees of his company who choose to identify themselves as an employee of Groove Networks. An interesting read.


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