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Occupy Archive Death and Taxes 2012. It's the government, in six square feet. Interactive: Mapping the World's Friendships Technology bridges distance and borders. Individuals today can keep in touch with their friends and family in completely new ways — regardless of where they live. We explored these international connections through Facebook and found some trends — some predictable, some wholly unexpected, and some still inexplicable. Who can explain the strong link between the Democratic Republic of Congo, one of the poorest countries in the heart of Africa, and Ecuador? But as we did a little research, some unusual connections become surprisingly clear. Immigration is one of the strongest links that seems to bind these Facebook neighbors, as thousands of people pour over borders or over seas, seeking jobs or fleeing violence, and making new connections and maintaining old friendships along the way. A Stanford graduate in International Relations, Mia Newman's research provided "A Closer Look" at the relationships between countries.

autonome a.f.r.i.k.a. gruppe | kommunikationsguerilla Vor ein paar Jahren haben wir den Begriff "Kommunikationsguerilla" geprägt, um eine Anzahl politischer Praxisformen zu bezeichnen - Praxisformen, die alte Grenzziehungen zwischen politischer Aktion und Alltagswelt, subjektiver Wut und rationalem politischem Handeln, Kunst und Politik, Begehren und Arbeit, Theorie und Praxis überschreiten. Der Begriff bezeichnet also keine Organisation wie Globalize Resistance, kein politisches Netzwerk wie Attac, und auch keine der komplexeren, rhizomatischen und sich immer wieder neu zusammensetzenden Formationen der globalen Protestbewegung wie People's Global Action [] oder das europäische noborder-Netzwerk []. Die imaginären Brigaden der Kommunikationsguerilla sind untereinander nicht unbedingt vernetzt. Entstanden in den 90er Jahren, war das Konzept "Kommunikationsguerilla" nicht zuletzt eine Antwort auf die Erschöpfung des traditionellen linken Aktivismus nach dem Fall der Mauer. Kunst und Politik Globalisierung

Occupy Food ows3-17-12-115 OpenStreetMap Where am I? Export Manually select a different area Licence OpenStreetMap data is licensed under the Open Data Commons Open Database License (ODbL). This area is too large to be exported as OpenStreetMap XML Data. Overpass API Download this bounding box from a mirror of the OpenStreetMap database Planet OSM Regularly-updated copies of the complete OpenStreetMap database Geofabrik Downloads Regularly-updated extracts of continents, countries, and selected cities Metro Extracts Extracts for major world cities and their surrounding areas Other Sources Additional sources listed on the OpenStreetMap wiki Welcome to OpenStreetMap! OpenStreetMap is a map of the world, created by people like you and free to use under an open license. Learn More Start Mapping <div id="noscript"><p>You are either using a browser that does not support JavaScript, or you have disabled JavaScript. 300 km 100 mi © OpenStreetMap contributors ♥ Make a Donation

MANIFESTO CLUB • BANNED IN LONDON This map of London shows the dramatic loss of liberty in public space. In total, there are 435 banned zones in London, within which citizens can be punished for activities that would otherwise be perfectly legal. Together these zones make up around half the area of the capital, and some areas are overlapped by two or three different zones. Zones are not generally marked with signs, but when you cross these invisible lines your normal freedoms are suspended; you can be punished for things which are not, outside of the zone, an offence. Within a dog exclusion zone, you can be fined or prosecuted just for walking your dog. In short, these zones criminalise perfectly normal and otherwise legal activities – walking a dog, handing out leaflets, protesting, or just being in a particular area. Open-ended powers give officials a broad degree of discretion to decide who should and should not be punished. There are 110 leafleting zones in London, in seven different local authorities.

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