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    Occupy Wall Street: What Just Happened? eBook

    Reflections on Occupy Wall Street, with photos, fun, and good wishes for the future. eBook, Occupy Wall Street: What Just Happened? (Only $.99 !) In the eBook, the Occupy movement is explored through original reporting, photographs, cartoons, poetry, essays, and reviews.The collection of essays and blog posts records the unfolding of Occupy into the culture from September 2011 to the present.  Authors Kimberly Wilder and Ian Wilder were early supporters of Occupy, using their internet platforms to communicate the changes being created by the American Autumn.

    The eBook is currently available on Amazon for Kindle;  Barnes & Noble Nook ; Smashwords independent eBook seller; and a Kobo for 99 cents and anyone can read it using their Kindle/Nook Reader, smart phone, or computer.

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Occupy #AfghanistanTuesday | Peace Couple

  October 6, 2011 are the protests on the 10th anniversary of the Afghanistan War.  In the blog post The hour is approaching: Make a commitment!, we are asked to focus this week’s tweets on organizing for that day: via Occupy #AfghanistanTuesday | Peace Couple.

What’s going on at Wall Street today?

Update! Tuesday, November 15, 2011: Mayor Bloomberg and NYPD evicted protesters from Liberty Square. Judge issued court order that should not be/have been evicted. Bloomberg defying order (under guise of reading paperwork). Hearing at 11am. Meanwhile, folks gathering at 6th and Canal AND Foley Square. Zucotti Park seems to be closed this morning. (Update at […]

Join the #AfghanistanTuesday 10 Club | Peace Couple

We are adding the 10 Club to our original requests for #AfghanistanTuesday.  (No, this has nothing to do with the Pearl Jam fan club, but we would love if they join.)  The 10 Club includes anyone who who tweets to 10 of their friends to join #AfghanistanTuesday.  Now we are asking you to do this […]

What I did on #AfghanistanTuesday | Peace Couple

If you have been following along on this thread, then you know that #AfghanistanTuesday is a social media based weekly vigil to quickly end the costly Afghanistan War.  It is primarily to protest the inaction to Congresspeople, but it also protests the inaction of US Senators and the President.  It is designed to use Twitter as […]

Has Your #Peace Group Joined #AfghanistanTuesday ? | Peace Couple

Duke Augustus believes #AfghanistanTuesday is an effective way for your Peace Group to bring attention to the 10- year war the US is conducting in Afghanistan. The US corporate media ignores any protests against the war, and even ignores that a war is going on. The best way to stop the war is to bring […]

@BarackObama End the #Afghanistan War #AfghanistanTuesday | Peace Couple

What is #Afghanistan Tuesday?  The blog post Making an Impact on #AfghanistanTuesday describes it best: October 6, 2011, marks ten years of U.S. war against Afghanistan. Ordinary Americans are saying, “Enough is enough!” One of the ways they are showing how they feel is by making time every week to remember what’s happening in Afghanistan and push for […]

Making an Impact on #AfghanistanTuesday

IW: This gives lots of good suggestions on what to tweet for #AfghanistanTuesday. October 6, 2011, marks ten years of U.S. war against Afghanistan. Ordinary Americans are saying, “Enough is enough!” One of the ways they are showing how they feel is by making time every week to remember what’s happening in Afghanistan and push […]

#AfghanistanTuesday | Peace Couple

Let’s get the tweets rolling to end this ten-year war.  The cost of all these wars are destroying the US.  The US needs to leave now! Until the US leaves Afghanistan, tweet every Tuesday: Your thoughts on how to get out of Afghanistan immediately. Your reasons for wanting to get out of Afghanistan immediately. What […]

Roses are Green Too: An Ethical Guide to Valentine’s Day (via Autonomie Project’s Blog)

Valentine’s Day is the day we use to express our love and devotion to our special someone. Unfortunately, the celebration of love has been dubbed a “Hallmark” holiday, thus resulting in plenty of waste. There are, of course, numerous ways to show your sweetheart how much you care, while being easy on the Earth. We […]

WikiLeaks demands Google and Facebook unseal US subpoenas: Protect Julian Assange, protect yourself

Note from KW: This story shows the tactics the government is going to use against you — you environmentalist, you activist, you peacenik — if you get in their way… (excerpt from) The Guardian UK WikiLeaks demands Google and Facebook unseal US subpoenas Call comes after revelation that US has tried to force Twitter to […]

Tweeting Away the time by Ralph Nader

Tweeting Away the Time: http://bit.ly/hACnBo #socialnetworking #facebook #twitter #socialmedia #advertising #marketing #consumerism #p2 — Ralph Nader (@Ralph_Nader) January 4, 2011

Cornel West on the Democratic and Republican Parties

#Truth: Both political parties are very much beholden to big business and big finance. — Cornel West (@CornelWest) December 26, 2010

Why I liked Flock Firefox better than Flock Chrome

Ian Wilder: I should have known by the new Flock Chrome slogan that advertised it was it built for Twitter and Facebook users.  At first glance,  I didn’t think much of it since I am a regular twitter and fb user.  My wordpress posts are automatically broadcast to fb and tweeted. Ah, there’s the rub.

AP Begins Crediting Bloggers as News Sources

In a letter to its members last week, Associated Press made the announcement that bloggers should be cited as a news source. This is a significant move from the AP, given that they have a history of not exactly ‘getting on’ with bloggers. Given that such a large news organisation has made a point of […]