–Note: Today we may be setting a some kind of new record for live-blogging as this breaks my mark from last year, for daily WikiLeaks coverage, of 185 days….
10:00 Well, this is certainly a one-of-a-kind Occupy memoir by an early OWS guy, Daniel Levine. Book Even features Triumph the Insult Dog, who I haven’t seen since the 2004 GOP convention.
2:20 A new panel from D.C. panel with Chris Hedges again hitting "black bloc" and violence looking ahead to spring actions.
1:35 Here’s OccupyBoston’s preview of tomorrow’s big "public transport" action tomorrow (and see video below), or "People’s Assembly at State House." Plus: "Events are planned on April 4th in more than twenty-five cities, including Chicago, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Portland, Denver, Los Angeles and Seattle. The Amalgamated Transit Union, the largest labor organization representing transit workers in the US and Canada, has pledged its support for the April 4th National Day of Action for Public Transportation."
12:30 Posted Woody’s "Jolly Banker" and now informed Wilco has a version, so why not:
10:55 Woody Guthrie on "The Jolly Banker" (h/t Barbara Bedway). Not to be confused with Jolly Rancher.
10:25 Our own Allison Kilkenny on the SF builiding occupation and bind OWS finds itself in with such actions. Want to draw attention but actions quickly smashed by police, driving folks "underground" and causing debate over tactics. And more. Video:
10:10 May I humbly suggest that my award-winning book on Upton Sinclair’s amazing 1934 race for governor of Calif–leading great end poverty movement–is tremendously relevant for Occupy today, not to mention U.S. media and politics and the 2012 campaign.
10:05 The Gothamist on Union Sq in NYC: Now "The Model of a Major Modern Police State." Notes: "Last night at least 100 officers were deployed at the park to close it down for the symbolic cleaning. As far back as we can remember, the NYC Parks Department curfew was never been enforced at Union Square, until Occupy Wall Street began gravitating there last month."