Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Publish Day - online privacy

Fun things happen when you go away. Aside from the usual vacation-induced relaxation that can put you into an umbrella-drink-driven coma before too long, you often return to the real world to waiting good news.

In this case, one of my opinion pieces, The Web's Laughable Pretense Of Privacy, was published in Processor.com on New Year's Eve.

To ensure I don't lose track of anything, I have updated the sidebar to include a section for the articles I have published thus far in Processor. I have also included a new "Quoted" section in the sidebar. Each item links to an article where I have been quoted - essentially, I'm pontificating (there's that word again) my thoughts on various aspects of the IT industry.

It's yet another side of the complex being that is me, and I hope you enjoy reading it.

1 comment:

sxKitten said...

A great article, Carmi. Although I had to explain my uncontrolled laughter to my office mates when I read "which is as likely to happen as Osama getting one of my Gmail invitations".

I'm not sure why that's so funny, but I'm still snickering.