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Is Occupy Wall Street the Tumblr Revolution? - Technology Iran’s Green Movement was hailed as the Twitter Revolution. Egypt’s uprising was branded the Facebook Revolution. Will we remember Occupy Wall Street as the Tumblr Revolution? Pundits have tended to fawn over the tools of any movement, rather than the people using them, but the explosion of grassroots protests across the world is indisputably linked to the rise of social technology. Every recent mass street movement has been planned, accelerated, or magnified by online activists. Tumblr, the mixed-media microblogging platform, has a tiny user base compared to Facebook and Twitter, yet it has emerged as the defining protest tool of Occupy Wall Street, uniting disaffected Americans through a series of handwritten signs telling tales of woe.
Occupy Wall Street: What Businesses Need to Know - Hari Bapuji and Suhaib Riaz by Hari Bapuji and Suhaib Riaz | 8:27 AM October 14, 2011 With the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations spreading from New York to other U.S. cities this week, business leaders beyond the stock exchanges are wondering what exactly is going on: Is this truly the American version of the Arab spring? What do the demonstrators want? What outcome can be expected? Should businesses respond to the Wall Street protests, and if so, how?
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