Blog buzz

I knew Paul Roberts only virtually until we met at Wagamama’s for noodle soup and a chat about the state of the security market. I can now report it is more secure than the journalism market. I also learned that Paul in his spare time runs a citizen journalism blog, Blogging Belmont. It turns out he had blogged about whether Belmont should adopt some of the ideas in my urban retrofits piece in the Boston Globe, but he hadn’t realized I was the Michael Fitzgerald who wrote it.
I poked around a blog search engine and found a couple of other good posts on articles I’ve written recently. The I’ve Been Mugged blog used my CIO piece on changing privacy expectations as starting off point for a consumer privacy manifesto. The Knockoff Report looked at my virtual goods charticle in Fast Company and warned of the coming of counterfeit virtual goods.

Leave a Reply