I was in the Wall Street Journal

I forgot to mention that I was in the Wall Street Journal at the end of April, in an article about taking your data with you when you’re laid off.

The part about me:

When Tony Scida was laid off recently from his proofreader position at a small advertising agency in Richmond, Va., he didn’t take any email contacts from his computer because he signed a non-compete agreement. That didn’t much matter. He found most of them on Facebook and LinkedIn, and can contact them there.

Go read the rest of the article for the full story.