Infographic: The 99 Percent Take to Twitter

The Occupy Wall Street protesting is still going strong after almost four weeks. The protesters have been moving up through the city from Wall Street and have organized marches through Soho, Midtown, and now the Upper East Side for what they called the “Millionaires March.” Unsurprisingly social media has been a key organizational tool for the Occupy Wall Streeters, and as these stats from Attention show, it looks like Twitter was the sharing tool of choice.

 

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