Online activism, retro

Karl Grindal ’09 recently uncovered WESUNITY, one of many gems hidden away on Wesleyan’s servers. In a WSA blog post entitled WesUnity: Online Activism circa 1999, Karl outlines some of the cool features that WESUNITY had to offer:

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Even more exciting, Karl writes that the WSA and SALD are getting together to bring WESUNITY up-to-date so it can continue to serve as a resource to student activists. Even if you don’t consider yourself a student activist, you should check out WESUNITY for an entertaining blast from the past. My favorite part: “This Site Currently Under Deconstruction“.

6 thoughts on “Online activism, retro

  1. Michelle

    @ 12:47am — This isn’t a loser move at all. We really would love to know how we can best serve the Wesleyan community. I can’t guarantee that anything will come of it, or that it’ll meet your specifications, but I’ll forward this message along.

  2. Michelle

    @ 12:47am — This isn’t a loser move at all. We really would love to know how we can best serve the Wesleyan community. I can’t guarantee that anything will come of it, or that it’ll meet your specifications, but I’ll forward this message along.

  3. Michelle

    @ 12:47am — This isn’t a loser move at all. We really would love to know how we can best serve the Wesleyan community. I can’t guarantee that anything will come of it, or that it’ll meet your specifications, but I’ll forward this message along.

  4. Anonymous

    i kind of hope someone with web skills revamps e-squid too… though i know complaining about it without taking it on myself is a loser move. just throwing it out there

  5. Anonymous

    i kind of hope someone with web skills revamps e-squid too… though i know complaining about it without taking it on myself is a loser move. just throwing it out there

  6. Anonymous

    i kind of hope someone with web skills revamps e-squid too… though i know complaining about it without taking it on myself is a loser move. just throwing it out there

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