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Hmm despite the fact that i'm very open when it comes to blogging, there are still some information that i consider to be private or inappropriate to be written in public. More often than not this revolves around whatever happens at the office, heck i don't think i've ever stated where i work although that's easy to guess la kan but i've never actually confirmed it la kan.

Its not that i've ever disclosed anything confidential or shit like that, i just don't want my professional life being interspersed with my personal blog. This has always been my stand la kan.

Now recently the company has become more strict with its it policies. So websites of the blog nature has been blocked. I don't have a problem with it since nowadays i only blog from my phone when i'm commuting anyways. So when this blogger colleague complained that she was having problems posting, i casually said that hey why don't you just activate the mail to blogger function and just pretty much mail your entries in. She did just that and now the problem is solved.

Well you think la kan. The thing is this lady ni nak kata new blogger tak la jugak, nak kata naive tak tau la kan. Maybe just oblivious or just doesn't care kot. The thing about blogging ni if you want to be anonymous than you be anonymous. If you wanna be public you can be public. But in both cases there's a code of conduct that you need to follow. If you wanna bitch about where you work try la to be more subtle about it. Never disclose specifics. You never know who might be reading. This lady has had her outburst la before. Aku pernah nasihat but i guess it didn't take.

Apa problem nye? He he well its not really a biggie. She wrote on her blog that i told her the tip for blogging tu. Like a two fingered salute to the it policy makers hey you can't stop me if i wanna blog I'll blog jugak. Just say colleague cukup aa! Apasal nak cakap nama semua? Nasib baik tak hyperlink to me plak. Kang tak pasal-pasal kena panggil sebab ajor orang salah guna office equipment.
Its not that hard right? Its just courtesy la to people. See like this entry takde sekali pun i mention specifics. He he.

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