Just thought I should pass this along to everyone in our community. I find it really interesting that Friendster would fire someone over something like this. The developer didn’t even do anything that I would think would be wrong, at least by looking at her blog.
I dunno, you may all want to talk to your employer about what their blogging policies are. I know I made my blogging addiction clear up-front to the new boss and he didn’t seem to have a problem with it as long as I wasn’t trashing the company or giving out trade secrets. And that’s the way it should be. For a company like Friendster to fire someone for using social software as a medium seems pretty ludicrous to me.