I ran out the door (from work) on eviction night. I didn't have my
camera but was able to livestream from Bambuser. I recommend it. I,
also, second Josh's suggestion of getting a power pack. I only had
about 40 minute before my battery was critical.
On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 6:11 PM, J B <email@example.com> wrote:
Everyone should download the Bambuser app for mobile streaming. And email
me (firstname.lastname@example.org) your usernames. We can restream your content on
our LiveStream channels.
If you have the capital to purchase an external powerpack it will give you
extended battery life as the app does tend to suck batteries. I think the
XP4001 is the best bet because it has two USB ports which would give the
ability to plug a 4G hotspot and phone in at the same time. We haven't had
the time to really test what kind of battery life you get from each pack.
$150) http://www.energizerpowerpacks.com/us/products/xp8000/ (About
$100) http://www.energizerpowerpacks.com/us/products/xp4001/ (About
$50) http://www.energizerpowerpacks.com/us/products/xp1000/ (About $20)
On Nov 16, 2011 5:35 PM, "Lopi" <email@example.com> wrote:
I am available to do livestream tomorrow
Tell me where to go and what time
917 648 7220
On Nov 16, 2:12 pm, Lana Duncan <lana...@gmail.com> wrote:
I have friends who have created this on facebook. I think something
would work well for occupy highlighting the faces of brutality. Get the
word out everywhere that anyone can and should add their photos and
taken with location and identifying
On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 1:00 PM, Atiq Zabinski
on 11/15/11 11:09 PM, Vlad T wrote:
In addition, I want us to capture and immediatly digitize footage of
acting in aggresive way, or other ways that violate peoples civil
create a facebook of sorts of bad police officers and try to find the
victims and work with them to file ccrb complaints.
Point of information: there already is a Wiki-based site for
police brutality against this movement: Occupy Law Enforcement