Boy... Daniel Lyons over at Forbes sure went silent...
After his "opinion-editorial" piece about IBM being in denial over Notes, and after riling up the Notes faithful back in early April, he's done one article since then (another IBM piece about sputtering growth engines). It's been nearly a month since his last article of any sort that I can find on Forbes online, and he didn't even cover the IBM earnings shortfall (which should have been a dream assignment for him).
He had contacted a number of bloggers asking questions that indicated another follow-up article was coming and/or was imminent (Lotus bloggers and Radicati). The tone of the questions indicated that he had already reached his conclusions (not pretty), and Chris Byrne went so far as to post and answer his questions publically to ensure that both sides got told.
I'm just curious as to what happened to him... Is he just off editing stories for others? Is he off writing another novel? I certainly feel he violated journalistic boundaries by inserting himself into the "Denial" story by contacting Bruce Elgort's employer to complain about Bruce's "letter to the editor".
Having written this, his next story will probably appear tomorrow... :-)