Tricia Walsh-Smith, the playwright and soon-to-be-ex-wife of theater executive Philip Smith who posted a tearful, angry rant about her divorce on YouTube, isn't the only divorcée talking about her plight on the 'net. Today's New York Times discusses the pitfalls of broadcasting a breakup for the world to see, profiling Laurie, a Manhattan lawyer who produces a podcast called DivorcingDaze and was sued by her ex-husband for telling the world he "was having an affair with his boss from e-mail on his BlackBerry." A New York State court decided that, though Laurie's podcasts were "ill-advised and do not promote co-parenting," Laurie had a first-amendment right to continue Daze.
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