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A Guide to the Occupy Wall Street API, Or Why the Nerdiest Way to Think About OWS Is So Useful - Alexis Madrigal - Technology The most fascinating thing about Occupy Wall Street is the way that the protests have spread from Zuccotti Park to real and virtual spaces across the globe. Metastatic, the protests have an organizational coherence that's surprising for a movement with few actual leaders and almost no official institutions. Much of that can be traced to how Occupy Wall Street has functioned in catalyzing other protests. Local organizers can choose from the menu of options modeled in Zuccotti, and adapt them for local use. Occupy Wall Street was designed to be mined and recombined, not simply copied. This idea crystallized for me yesterday when Jonathan Glick, a long-time digital journalist, tweeted, "I think #OWS was working better as an API than a destination site anyway." A Guide to the Occupy Wall Street API, Or Why the Nerdiest Way to Think About OWS Is So Useful - Alexis Madrigal - Technology
Somewhere today, a loose-knit group of activists who are having fun is dropkicking a rich, established organization so hard they are making heads spin. Rich and resourceful organizations are used to living by the golden rule – “those with the gold make the rules”. New ways of organizing go beyond just breaking the old rules into downright shredding them – leaving executives in the dust, wondering how that band of poor, rag-tag, disorganized activists could possibly have beaten their rich, well-structured organization. 1. Swarmwise – The Tactical Manual To Changing The World. Chapter One. Swarmwise – The Tactical Manual To Changing The World. Chapter One.
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News - Occupy.Net wiki "Occupations" have sprouted up throughout the world and the vast majority of them have created their own solutions for publishing content to the web. This diversity and decentralization of solutions should be celebrated and encouraged because it means there is no single point of failure within the occupy movement's communication ecosystem. Our mission is to strengthen this distributed ecosystem by making it easy to aggregate, organize, curate and interact with content coming from occupations. RSS is the perfect format for this job because the vast majority of occupations are currently publishing RSS feeds (whether they're aware of it or not) that can easily be collected, organized, repackaged and distributed for free through the internet. [edit] Get Syndicated Occupy.net News currently syndicates content from occupations in the Occupy.net Directory and from select working groups. News - Occupy.Net wiki
There's a need within the occupation movement to connect people doing similar work in different locations together so they can share best practices, coordinate activities and collaborate. One challenge is that different groups use different terms to describe their work so it's hard to equate one group with another. For example: the "Kitchen Working Group" at Occupy Wall Street performs the same tasks as the "Food Committee" of Occupy Philly. Harmonized groupings - Occupy.Net wiki Harmonized groupings - Occupy.Net wiki
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occupyresearch.wikispaces occupyresearch.wikispaces Occupy Research home Welcome! This is an open, shared space for distributed research focused around OccupyWallStreet / OccupyTogether. We are sharing ideas, research questions, research methods, tools, datasets, and later working to gather, analyze, discuss, write, code, and otherwise develop the theory and practice of occupy research together. Check out the left hand column for links to different pages (e.g. research questions, interview guides, overview of tools and practices in the camps, etc).
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First: Download the Mumble client for your computer / mobile here: Second: Install Mumble as you do with any other program and be sure to run/finish the 'Audio Wizard' when you start Mumble for the first time.Please select a 'Push To Talk button' when running the 'Audio Wizard', else in a room with 50 people it will possibly lead up to feedback or worse. Third:


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The OccupyUSA Blog For Monday, With Frequent Updates The OccupyUSA Blog For Monday, With Frequent Updates Share Here’s another day as #OccupyWallStreet catches fire around the country. For yesterday’s blog, click on my name at top. All times ET. E-mail me at: epic1934@aol.com. Here’s my new book vs. the death penalty.
On Sept. 17, hundreds of people protested against Wall Street greed in Lower Manhattan and marched up Broadway; about 150 people stayed overnight in Zuccotti Park, a privately owned public space near Wall Street. Since then, while living in the park, the protesters have sponsored rallies and marches on most days — and the movement has thrived. Between 1,000 and 1,500 people have reportedly been arrested in protests across the United States, with the largest numbers in New York, Boston and Chicago. Primer | Timeline Videos More Headlines Occupy Wall Street: Protests in California and around the nation Occupy Wall Street: Protests in California and around the nation
occupy | Search Jan 13, 2014 Profiles Jennifer Weiner has two audiences. One consists of the devoted consumers of her books, which have sold more than four and a half million copies. occupy | Search
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Occupy Wall Street : Pictures, Videos, Breaking News Mark Weisbrot Co-director, Center for Economic and Policy Research, Washington, D.C. There is a good signal that millions of underpaid workers in the world's richest country will finally get a raise.
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OccupyTheorists launch The Militant Research Handbook
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Tidal - Occupy Theory, Occupy Strategy
Theory & Event - Introduction
News organizations can finally create Google+ pages
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OWSLibrary's books
The OWS Library: What the Protesters are Reading
pearltrees as collaborative curational mindmapping tool


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Occupy Streams Map
Charlie De Tar on Occupytogether map, Charlie De Tar on Occupytogether map. http://brownbag.me:9001/p/occupystreamsmap occupyresearch on USTREAM. Conference
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ESRI: OWS Map Showing Social Media Relating to the Protests
How Fast Is The Occupy Movement Growing? (MAP)
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Occupy Wall Street Hackathons Want to Build a Better Protest
Occupy Wall Street Hackathons Produce Digital Tools and New Activists
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Occupied WSJ - GitHub
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Occupy the Internet: Protests Give Rise to DIY Data Networks
Motherboard TV: Free the Network
Occupy Wall Street & the web


rushkoff : If you're are an #occupy person,