At some point we will have to choose a name for the platform which is currently known by the functional title: ‘Direct Action Network’.
Yesterday it struck me that Ariadne might be an appropriate name given that the task is to lead human hostages to freedom from an economic-political labyrinth where they would be sacrificed to a creature half-human half-bull.
OWS is Theseus of course!
Ariadne just gives you a way out of the labyrinth.
But there are other nice connections. Ariadne is the goddess of threads and spinning, of webs, labyrinths, networks and interconnections. DAN utilises the labyrinth created by the 1%, takes the power of those economic networks and returns it to the 99%. This is how we overcome The Bull.
Really happy to announce that the first public version of Collective Contract is now available on Issu’s Website http://t.co/B6T5Vl65
Comments and feedback welcome.
You can now add yourself to @Comcast6. Its the latest congregation point for using the Collective Contract.
This blog is a mini forum for discussions about a new mass action tool called the Direct Action Network (or sometimes DAN for short). Here you find posts by WikiTerms explaining DAN with comments from the 99% about the project below the posts. There are also posts which are questions from the 99%. These appear under a heading ‘ Anonymous’
The Direct Action Network is not a means of protest, it is a tool for creating changes directly.
We want you to take part in its development. The Direct Action Network is an open project for everyone to build, for the benefit of everyone.
You can ask a question or comment here directly via Disqus (if you have it) or anonymously by using the “Ask Me Anything” tab at the top of the blog.
Blog posts go over several pages. -> See the link at the bottom of the blog.
If you are new to the ideas of the WikiTerms Project, there is a comprehensive general guide to the Direct Action Network here:
This post is will be regularly updated, check back.
@Clandestine73 tweeted: ‘government for Monsanto and by Monsanto’
You can see why!
Anyone concerned about the corporate take over of democracy should join the action against Monsanto. This is not only about protecting the environment.
12:30: Saturday 07 01 12
The effect of using the Collective Contract is awesome! Monsanto must either go out of business, because