At least two delegates have set up ‘blogs about their experience at CUPE’s national convention. Delegates from local 391 and 402 have set up weblogs (a sort of online journal) of their experiences at national convention.
Blogging is an online phenomenon that has millions of internet users turning themselves into publishers and authors at the push of a button. Bloggers write about their moods, their lives, their politics, and in these cases, their conventions.
An excerpt from Wednesday’s report at 402atconvention:
Personal observations: noted: the polite, respectful way that Paul Moist runs the convention. The patience exhibited by him and the delegates. The other side of the convention a small info hall, with CUPE booths, and a chance to network with other delegates. The weather…. I need say no more.
Know of any other blogs? Please email CUPE’s webworker.