Left Occupy SF on Sat, Oct 6th. A small group in early am manages camp in front of Federal building. Crowd ebbs and flows throughout day. Photo via Ken Yeung. Three days ago on Saturday. I visited the Occupy SF location with Chris Heuer of Deloitte. Chris Saad, VP of Strategy Officer at social media startup Echo, local photographer and technologist Ken Yeung (see his photo set, which made the Huffington Post), Startup CEO Larry Chiang, Altimeter Researcher Zak Kirchner, and my business partner Charlene Li (and her son). Our mission? To interview the occupiers to understand.

Their POV

In the context of understanding what they want, and where this movement is going to head. Every day, I run searches on Twitter and Google news to follow the story, watch videos, read blogs, and mainstream news. Yet it wasn’t enough, to really understand, and in the spirit of research, I needed to go down and see for myself and Colombia Phone Number List interview occupiers. What was my goal? To understand from a first hand perspective, here’s what I found: A small group, with a core catalyst team The Occupy SF camp was not fully ramped when I saw it, perhaps this is what NYC looked like over a month ago.

Phone Number List

Who was there?

Some would call them angry youth, homeless, old hippies, but I call them core catalysts. While they don’t look like the mainstream, you can easily see how they are able to get more involved, esp as they tap into the unions for the march Italy WhatsApp Number List last Thursday. We found some of them excessively angry, shouting demands that are unlikely to ever happen, and when I probed most, and asked “What is the solution?” they often did not know. However I did talk at length with a middle aged cab driver who was educated, and well travelled. He explained that they didn’t know the answer.

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