Naked Conversations Pt.1 – Joe Aguila

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It’s funny because I’ve always been a blogger but never realized it, just thought that this technology was just part of the “internet community.” If anyone remembers Xanga, or still has an account, it’s a journalistic diary/blog where people rant about their personal lives. I’ve known people who work in high top business’s where they couldn’t blog about their companies, and other friends who’s companies encourage blogging, to give themselves good reputation and word of mouth of their practices. Much like in “Naked Conversations,” Microsoft’s reputation actually got better because of blogging. There’s always a positive and a negative when it comes to these kinds of things, business’s and employee’s blogging can be good and bad in many different ways.

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