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As previously posted on this blog, LabourStart is looking at how trade unions can make use of Twitter. The findings have now been published. Key points: A small but growing number of trade unionists use Twitter, though few are in…

Labourstart is looking to find out if trade unionists and trade unions are making use of Twitter. By clicking on the following link you can help Labourstart get an idea of whether trade union use of Twitter is widely used or not…

According to some research by Gartner and reported in an article from Computer Weekly , businesses should introduce online dress codes for Avatars used by their staff at work. Why? Avatars are creeping into business environments …

Videojug has just released some statistics on blogging. Some details: The results of the recent blogging survey are now in. The responses from participants who own and run blogs produced some very interesting results across the 3…

Virtual protest placards

While scanning the Guardian this morning I came across a rather novel campaign run by the main public service union - UNISON. More details: With pressure on all political parties to cut public spending, all sorts of local servic…