Following the 'Occupy Wall Street' Protests Online...
Regardless of whether you support or oppose what's happening, here are just some quick links and info for following the "Occupy Wall Street" protests on the Web...
- The Official Website
- WeArethe99Percent Blog on Tumblr - a running list of blog posts, photographs, tweets, likes, and more.
- Meetup.com - over 1500 meetups across the country, as of the time of this writing.
- @OccupyWallStNYC - one of the movement's main Twitter accounts, with 50,000 followers and growing. For a more general look at the ongoing Twitter discussion related to the movement, view these updated search results.
- Occupy Wall St. Facebook Page - over 188,000 "likes", and growing.
- YouTube - Over 14,000 search results come up related to "occupy wall street". One popular channel is TheOther99Percent and this single video of female protesters being penned in and maced by police has over one million views.
- Trendrr - While people in New York are still dominating the conversation on Twitter, an analysis of Twitter data shows that almost half of the posts were made in other parts of the country, namely, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Washington D.C.