@11 months ago
#bookmobile #occupy libraries #owls 

Torrent file from yesterday :)

@1 year ago

NYC settles suit over seizure of Occupy books  

To celebrate #OWLS will release our catalog snapshot on Bittorrent very soon :)

@1 year ago
#owls #occupylibraries #win 


"We want to find out what happened that night — specifically, who did what," Siegel said. "Now we’ve got the city starting to lay out it’s version of events, and Brookfield starting to lay out its version. We’re going to learn a lot."

More may become clear September 10, when the Library suit is scheduled for its next hearing.


@2 years ago
#owls #ows #occupy libraries 


Keep Up The Good Work

@2 years ago
#cryptic message from fearless leaders #see what i did there? 

The #OWLS Mission Statement

Truth Conquers All

@2 years ago

"We Interrupt This Broadcast"

As mentioned previously, the OWLS host is leaving us this Friday, June 1st with no formal announcement of their future plans

More news on #OWLS phase 2 soon…

@2 years ago
#OWLS #OWS #OWSlibrary #alldayallweek 

LibraryBox: kickstarting the next version of a self-contained wireless library file-server 

Did the lightbulb in your head just get really bright too?

@1 year ago with 1 note
#librarybox #owls #occupy libraries 

OWSLibrary Thing Export : The People's Library at Liberty Plaza : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive 

Torrent soon

@1 year ago
#owls #occupy libraries 

Aaron Swartz's memorial service 

I’m sure most people following this blog have already heard the sad news in the past day. I did not know Aaron personally but admire and respect the mark he left on this pale blue dot. RIP.

@1 year ago with 1 note

#OWLS on GoodReads 

These are the books in the People’s Library before it was raided by the NYPD.

Some of the books had funky ISBNs and didn’t get auto-imported.

@2 years ago
#owls #occupy libraries #ows #book club 

Waiting to hear back from Xerox about pricing…

@2 years ago with 1 note

The People's Record: Sign the "Please do not kill me, Obama!" Petition 


In the trio of unalienable rights outlined in the Declaration of Independence, the reason “life” was listed first should be obvious: If you aren’t alive, you can’t have liberty or pursue happiness (or much of anything else, for that matter). That’s why this week’s revelationsabout President

(Source: thepeoplesrecord)

@2 years ago with 92 notes