Kansas City Star: “Don’t Be a Twit While Twittering”
Don’t forget your day job.
When Tedrick Housh gave a presentation on technology at the Lathrop Gage law firm’s annual briefing on workplace law, he used that line from IBM’s “Social Computing Guidelines.”
Employees these days have a lot of freedom — on personal and workplace blogs, Facebook, text messaging, YouTube and Twitter — to say what they’d like. Employers don’t have a prayer anymore of controlling their “brand,” their public image, on the Internet.
But the wise employee uses that freedom wisely. Read more ...