Post # 1
I stumbled across it when looking up info on a fandom I like, and there was his picture, no doubt about it! I don’t want to say too much here because now I’m paranoid that someone might discover my secret internet identity (or maybe already knows it, dun dun DUN!). The blog said a few questionable things about our workplace and bosses, though nothing outright terrible. It also said that when myself and two others were hired (as a group) he and some of his friends were taking bets as to which of us would be the first to go. Now I’m wondering if they were right since I’m the only one left of the three…
Just a reminder folks, the internet is not as anonymous as it seems!
Post # 3
Wow. I have a livejournal and a blogspot but never in a million years would I post something about my coworkers/work. I hear that blogs are the one of the top 10 reasons people get fired and I would never risk that! Esp. in a company that is computer based, etc.
Post # 4
I know what you mean! It’s so scary how you think everything is private but really isn’t.
Post # 5
As Judge Millian from “The People’s Court” always says whenever she has an internet-related case:
“Say it… forget it, write it… regret it!”
(my co-worker and I watch it everyday during our lunch hour)
Post # 6
I never put anything on the net that I wouldn’t say or display in person. It can really get you in trouble if you put something out there and someone has an issue with it.
There was a guy at my FI’s work that was writing about how much he hated working for the company that my FI works for and he was fired because of it. Corporate found it and apparently didn’t like what he was saying. I don’t know all the details, but everyone just needs to keep in mind that even if they delete something on the net, it can still be found by anyone.