Ok, I'll admit it... I have a hard time not blogging at all!
I spent the last few days talking with many people, both internally and externally. For the moment, I'm resuming my blogging as usual, and will talk to all the non Morgan Stanley specific stuff. I'll add a disclaimer soon to my web site though.
Should I adopt the stance of not mentioning which company I'm working for? I think it would be disrespectful of both my readers and myself. I'm proud to be an IT guy working in Morgan Stanley, and I wouldn't do myself a favor by hiding that. Moreover, it's a great place, and the public has the right to know!
Is it risky? Yes, a bit more than the usual rambling. If one of the lawyers somewhere becomes mad at me for blogging, I could loose my job. But is it worth it? I think it is, both for Morgan and for me. I've been around the blogging world for two years now (that goes fast doesn't it?) and I'm not going to go away anytime soon. I love my job, and I don't think I'll go away from there either.
You can switch your aggregator off and resume a normal activity. Thanks.