You probably didn’t need any research to tell you that the use of social networks at corporations in on the rise. This is true both when it comes to employees who are spending time on Facebook and Twitter and when it comes to the incorporation of social technologies into one’s daily workflow.

Couple this with the fact that just about every business, large or small, is looking to leverage these networks for some perceived (and often real) gain, and you’ve got a major blurring of the line between workplace, home and social life. It’s all merging into the same virtual stream.

This post originally appeared in Tweetage Wasteland which has been merged with NextDraft.