terça-feira, 23 de junho de 2009

Census Twitter


Quem são os utilizadores portugueses do Twitter foi o que se tentou responder com o Census Twitter, cujos resultados podem ser consultados aqui.

Além de dados sobre utilizadores individuais, também foram inseridas algumas questões para empresas. O utilizador tipo não me espanta: “homem, solteiro, com frequência do ensino superior, tem entre 18 e 35 anos, é de Lisboa, usa Twitter há menos de 6 meses e não mais de 2 horas por dia.”

Um excelente trabalho de Rui Costa, fundador do TwitterPortugal (recomento da leitura). E já agora o respectivo wiki com informação preciosa para quem utiliza esta ferramenta.

3 comentários:

Bruna e Luana disse...

olá, gostaria de saber se tu aceitas publicar no teu blog sobre um evento que vai acontecer na faculdade Ibes em Blumenau. O evento é um festival de comunicação organizado por alunos do curso de comunicação social. Chama-se ICOM :)

caso, se interesse, me mande um e-mail que eu te explico mais a respeito do evento. Obrigada!

Márcio Amaral disse...

Oi pessoal do Jornalismo Digital, vejo que buscam novidades na área digital, pretendem crescer nessa área. E analizando esse post do Census Twitter, gostei muito!
Pensando da mesma forma que vocês, nós decidimos lançar o blog Vila do Design. Espero que vocês passem por lá e se inscrevam, Valeu!

O endereço é:
http://www.viladodesign.blogspot.com

Ah! Ja tó inscrito no seu blog. :)

Att,

Márcio Amaral

Anónimo disse...

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Dear Ana,

Every year, millions of individual animals, including more than 2 million cats and hundreds of thousands of dogs, are killed for their fur in China. Some of them are homeless, whilst countless others are companions who once shared homes with people who loved and cared for them. Some of the cats and dogs are still wearing their collars when they are rounded up – often grabbed by the neck with metal tongs – and tossed, screaming, into a crate.

China is one of the world's largest fur producers, and more than 95 per cent of the country's finished garments are exported – with many ending up here in the UK and Europe. And as we now know, Chinese companies have been known to deliberately mislabel cat and dog fur as "Asian jackal", "raccoon" or "faux" to fool consumers. Every fur-trimmed collar or other fur item from China, regardless of the kind of animal who was slaughtered to manufacture it, is the product of cruelty on a truly massive scale. And we must combat it!


We have to do everything we can to fight the international fur trade. Please show your support for animals who need your help by making a donation to PETA today.

Shocking video footage obtained by undercover investigators shows that cats and dogs are beaten to death, strangled or drowned for their fur in China. Workers then hang the animals upside down and peel the skin off their bodies – sometimes whilst the animals are still alive. This sickening cruelty is carried out for the sake of fur coats, trim, lined gloves or even toys.

We know that the fight against the fur trade is one we can win for animals if we push hard enough, long enough and vigorously enough. The tireless work of PETA and our affiliates to expose the true cost of every piece of fur has already helped convince some of the world's leading designers and retailers – including Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Polo Ralph Lauren and Vivienne Westwood – to adopt permanent fur-free policies. With your help, we can work to ensure that animals, including dogs and cats who are treated like trash by the Chinese fur industry, don't suffer for their fur or for any other reason.

Fur belongs to the animals who were born with it – it doesn't belong on jackets, hats, boots or purses. Killing animals for their skin is repugnant, intolerable and cruel.

Together, you and PETA are the greatest hope for animals – animals who are shot or painfully trapped by hunters; who are bred to spend their entire lives languishing in tiny, barren cages on fur farms until the day they are anally electrocuted or poisoned; and who, like China's cats and dogs, are stolen from the streets and skinned alive. Please give generously to PETA today – the animals are counting on us. Thank you!

On behalf of all animals, especially those confined and killed for their skins, I thank you.

Very truly yours,

Ingrid E Newkirk
Founder

PS Animals – including China's cats and dogs – are suffering right now at the hands of trappers and fur "farmers". Please contribute to our work for dogs, cats and all animals by making a special gift to help end suffering like this.



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