Free new app streamlines information flow against the rush to war

2 mins read
Graphic from DemLabs.

Streamline the flow of information against the rush to war with the free Wakelet app.

Quickly collect, curate and share information for anti-war supporters with Wakelet. The app consolidates information from the different sources you pick into an easy to use resource for supporters.

Activists can more easily track developments, learn of planned protests and find the resources they need to organize resistance. http://bit.ly/trumpswar


Consolidate information

This Wakelet was created in a few hours and includes:

  • Where to get sample anti-war social media posts and graphics from Win Without War
  • Details of upcoming protests and activist tookit from Code Pink
  • Details on the Iran Nuclear treaty signed by the President Obama from YouTube.
  • President Trump’s comments on how a war can improve improves re-election chances.
  • Explanation of slanted press coverage to justify a war from Popular Information

Wakelets are easy to update and share

  • Share on social media or by email with a link like http://bit.ly/trumpswar
  • Reach more people by embedding your Wakelet on partner web sites. You can automatically update all the sites by just adding new content to your Wakelet.
  • With a QR code printed on a card or placard. People scan the QR code with their smartphone camera to get to the Wakelet. Scan the QR code below with your camera to see how easy it is. 
Share on social media with link or QR code.
Embed in web sites.

QR codes on cards – easy to share and scan.
QR codes on banners to engage more people.

Multi-media

Wakelets include content in many formats including text, images, podcasts and videos.

This Wakelet includes a satire with Trump’s comments about starting a war to get overlaid on a clip of Dr. Evil. The video is captioned in: EnglishSpanishPortugueseGermanFrenchItalian and Russian.  

Takeaway

Use free, innovative apps like Wakelet to streamline information flow and organize better.

Deepak
Co-Founder, DemLabs

Please share this bulletin. DemLabs is a SF-based, progressive hub for ongoing technology and creative innovation with free and affordable apps. Donate here to support our work.


DemCast is an advocacy-based 501(c)4 nonprofit. We have made the decision to build a media site free of outside influence. There are no ads. We do not get paid for clicks. If you appreciate our content, please consider a small monthly donation.


Democracy Labs is a hub for ongoing technology and creative innovation that serves progressive campaigns and organizations at the national, state, and local levels.

Our focus is on long term, sustainable and affordable solutions. An approach that is longer than an election cycle, and isn’t purely dependant on volunteers, can enable more qualified candidates to run for office and for more issue groups to bring about positive social change.

Democracy Labs is a project of the Tides Advocacy Fund.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Previous Story

Trump is willing to start a war to stop his impeachment. The GOP is willing to sell their souls. Are you willing to call your legislators?

Photo of people seated for Wyden Town Hall.
Next Story

Opening the Door for Conversation

Latest from Explainer

Keep it real

People buy brownies, not the recipe. Emphasize how you’ll improve their lives.

Facebook Enablers: Divest.

BlackRock has invested $54 billion in Facebook. That’s hard to reconcile with BlackRock’s claim of ‘helping

%d bloggers like this: