Sunday, June 11, 2006

Cultural Plausible Deniability, a new term for a new world.

Don’t put anything in email or on-line that you do not want to see on the front page of the New York Times because you will probably see it there. It’s a new world; keep your antenna up and radars on.

Some of you Cultural soldiers should think about whether your Cyberspace cultural profile maybe a liability to your current employment or future positions. If so, you may need to use a different name in CyberSpace that reflects your cultural orientation but does not link to you corporate earth profile.

The new world (CyberSpace) presents issues of Cultural Integrity that did not exist in the old world (Pre-CyberSpace), Where do you stand?

For Some, Online Persona Undermines a R�sum� - New York Times

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