Keeping up with the Occupy Wall Street
protest movement is a daunting task for news outlets big and small, so from here on in, we’ll be doing a daily roundup of the latest goings-on.
- Occupy Lego Land continues to get larger and creator Chris Grosek said he’s raising more money than ever, to the ire of at least one protester who berated him for not being officially tied to Occupy Wall Street.
- Just pizzas can be ordered online and delivered to Occupy Wall Street protesters and now the same goes for the street vendors surrounding Zuccotti Park. Check out the Street Vendor Project and donate some really questionable food at once!
- This weekend, about 20 OWS protesters were arrested in Foley Square for allegedly blocking the sidewalk, a statute the NYPD tends to selectively enforce when they see fit.
- Tonight, there’s an intellectual discussion about OWS being moderated by someone completely irrelevant to the cause.
- Protesters voted to spend about $20k on bigger tents that could sleep several people at once: strength in numbers.
- The Occupy Wall Street protesters are still viewed more favorably than the Wall Street assholes they’re demonstrating against.
- Advertising Age asks the questions that really matter: “What Does Occupy Wall Street Mean for Marketers?“
- Without any provocation, a videographer filming Oakland’d Worstest was shot with a rubber bullet.