Generally speaking, technology is my friend, providing me gadgets with which to play and a website to keep in touch with friends, family and fans. All such things, however, leave a trace of where you have been.
A while back, my “comedy” website (in quotes, because some didn’t agree) conflicted with my much more staid, professional day job. The result, I moved on from that job and actually that state and part of the country.
Next week, I start a new job, and learning from the past, I will do everything I can to obscure my digital path. If I write on my weblog, it will be through a Gmail account. If I check my own site’s email, it will be through forwards to Gmail or my cell or Palm. I intend to never actually hit my site from their servers (and, in fact, have blocked their IP address).
I’m curious, though, what other strategies people might have out there to keep “Big Brother” unaware of their digital space. Any ideas?