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When two actor friends waded into the Occupy Wall Street protests while pretending to be obnoxious investment bankers, Brendan Gibbons knew he had the foundation for a humorous and morally ambiguous tale about “the defining issue of our time.”
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When two actor friends waded into the Occupy Wall Street protests while pretending to be obnoxious investment bankers, Brendan Gibbons knew he had the foundation for a humorous and morally ambiguous tale about “the defining issue of our time.”

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Tim Pool And Henry Ferry: The Men Behind Occupy Wall Street’s Live Stream
The best ground view of Occupy Wall Street has been through the lenses of a video phone-wielding former skateboarder and a one-time Realtor, aka Tim Pool and Henry Ferry of The Other 99. The media startup is already beating Fox, CBS, CNN, NBC, and others to many of the stories. They might soon have a better aerial view, too.

Tim Pool And Henry Ferry: The Men Behind Occupy Wall Street’s Live Stream

The best ground view of Occupy Wall Street has been through the lenses of a video phone-wielding former skateboarder and a one-time Realtor, aka Tim Pool and Henry Ferry of The Other 99. The media startup is already beating Fox, CBS, CNN, NBC, and others to many of the stories. They might soon have a better aerial view, too.

An organization called the Free Network Foundation has equipped Occupy Wall Street and two other Occupy protests with secure communications towers. Now the organization is leading a fundraising drive so others can enjoy secure networks.

An organization called the Free Network Foundation has equipped Occupy Wall Street and two other Occupy protests with secure communications towers. Now the organization is leading a fundraising drive so others can enjoy secure networks.

Frustration, doubt, chaos, and failures dominated the early days of Occupy Wall Street. So how has it lasted so long, grown, and spread around the country? Fast Company reporter Sean Captain was at the occupation from day one and looks back on a series of moments that made the movement feel different than any other action he’d covered or participated in before.

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Leading The Leaderless: The movement aimed at calling attention to injustice in the American financial system prides itself on having no central leadership, and it’s been criticized for having no central message. Here’s how it’s working anyway—and changing the way we think of protests.

Leading The Leaderless: The movement aimed at calling attention to injustice in the American financial system prides itself on having no central leadership, and it’s been criticized for having no central message. Here’s how it’s working anyway—and changing the way we think of protests.