CoCreatr     Sat, Oct 8, 2011  Permanent link
Also known as an open source protest.
sonicport+techfolder     Sat, Oct 8, 2011  Permanent link
...with a heavy anchor.
{i}Pan~     Sat, Oct 15, 2011  Permanent link
Looks like I was right, it did go global.
{i}Pan~     Wed, Oct 19, 2011  Permanent link
Occupy Wall Street Hackathons Produce Digital Tools and New Activists

Groups of programmers gathered in three cities this weekend to build digital tools for the Occupy Wall Street movement. Several of those tools have already launched, and in many cases they’re being maintained by activists who’ve never held a sign in a park.
BenRayfield     Thu, Oct 20, 2011  Permanent link
Timothy Leary was a man far ahead of his time. His video  "How to operate your brain", created around year 1995 (not sure exactly when), which I've watched many times, spread the ideas of ending the taboos against creativity and philosophy, not being just a brick in the wall living for products, and that we need a global language based on intuition and more ways of interacting with eachother so we can think more as 1 mind. Its a fun video to watch, kind of hypnotizing, and I watched it many times because I liked the patterns of thinking it influenced me toward. This global revolution has been coming for a long time. This is just 1 example of the subtle influences toward it.

Near the end of the following video, he talks about that nobody should follow any leaders, everyone being equals, like the Wall Street protesters have organized their government (which they needed to agree on their list of demands).