Pervasive tracked me down to where I work (they have even been inspecting my LinkedIn profile) and complained to the company I work for expecting them to lean on me to remove my blog. Apparently they don't like that I have been blogging about the technical defects in their product and that I find their support to be sluggish (save for the fact that they have at least 1 great support person I was eventually able to track down, that's been very sympathetic to our Pervasive Data Integrator issues).
Fortunately I am employed by a magnificent company, run by a benevolent and just CEO who believes in and respects freedom of speech (provided it's fair and based on accurate data). Since everything I've blogged about these Pervasive issues is substantiated by emails and documentation I have no reason to remove my blog. The information is accurate as of when the blog was first posted. To be fair, I have also gone back and noted some things they have fixed.
That being said, I did however remove a non-technical post which I used to have on this page. It was simply a non-technical blog about me ranting over my horrendous support experiences with Pervasive. Out of deep respect for my employer, I will keep my posts about Pervasive's Data Integrator on technical matters.