LTNY 2008: Anonymous Blawger Sighting
The ability to remain anonymous is one of blogging's most attractive features, especially in the legal world where loose lips can sink client relationships. Whether that anonymity is a good thing or not is debatable. But one thing is certain: The more popular the blog, the tougher it is for an author to conceal his or her identity -- especially when there's a bounty on your head.
It's also tough when the anonymous blogger wants to interact with his peers in the real world. Blawg Review editor "Ed Post" managed to keep his name a secret, if not his face, when he showed up at LegalTech New York's blogger breakfast Wednesday morning. But somehow it was tough for Post's fellow bloggers to unmask him online. Camera malfunction or cabal? It's hard to say when the man behind the camera is responsible for one of the most popular blawg reviews yet.
Posted by John Bringardner on February 7, 2008 at 10:51 AM | Permalink
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