Subject: [NYCGA Internet] Re: 'our first demand'? looking to see if this strikes a chord with anyone
From: judy101101
Date: Tue, 18 Oct 2011 09:34:33 -0700 (PDT)
To: internet working group

yes we can develop a system that can handle our great ideas, I'd love
to get involved in that development as I've been waiting 50 years for
this moment - I'm ready and want to get to work.  Currently from my
observation - we are repeating the same problem expecting a different
outcome.

much love
Judy

On Oct 17, 1:20pm, Chaz Cheadle <cchea...@gmail.com> wrote:
Excellent work!
This brings up the question of what do we do with all these great ideas? How
can the site be a tool for the sharing of proposals? If the NYCGA is going
to help facilitate the exchange of ideas for the OWS/et al protesters on
this site what will that mechanism be? Have you considered the Document
Revisions plugin for WordPress?
Is there an existing technology roadmap for the site? If not those, that
have been working on the site should create one so people who desperately
want to contribute can know what the feature set is what work may still be
required. If site features that were mandatory for the initial site launch
were known as well as feature development for future phases, work could be
better organized.

chaz

On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 12:29 PM, E Pluribus Proficius <







epluribusprofic...@gmail.com> wrote:
Just came across this article, and I've got to say that I really like
the first point:

"1. Break up the monopolies. The so-called "Too Big to Fail" financial
companies  now sometimes called by the more accurate term
"Systemically Dangerous Institutions"  are a direct threat to
national security. They are above the law and above market
consequence, making them more dangerous and unaccountable than a
thousand mafias combined. There are about 20 such firms in America,
and they need to be dismantled; a good start would be to repeal the
Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and mandate the separation of insurance
companies, investment banks and commercial banks."

http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/my-advice-to-the-occupy-wal...

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