In case you weren't sure, blogging can be hazardous to your employment. Case in point: a Delta Airlines flight attendent who blogged as the Queen of Sky was fired because she posted mildly provocative pictures of herself in flight uniform on her blog:
Since then, Ms. Simonetti has filed a sex-discrimination complaint against Delta with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and is threatening to sue Delta for $10 million, claiming other employees, primarily men, have their photographs posted on the Web in uniform and are not fired for it. The airline declined to comment on the case.
Uh, yeah. Since the stated reason for termination was, apparently, "inappropriate photos in a Delta uniform," I think she's going to need more evidence than the mere fact that other employees posted pictures of themselves in uniform; it would help if she could show that there were other pictures that Delta was aware of that were equally inappropriate.
In case you are curious, the photos are here. I can kind of see Delta's side here. There's nothing terribly racy about the pictures, but taken together, they aren't professional and may create an unintended image of Delta flight attendents as, well, playthings. Firing seems like a harsh punishment, though, when the airline could have simply asked her to remove the photos from her blog.