Angry at Wall Street but not physically near any of the real world protest sites that have sprung up in recent weeks? This Sunday at 1:00pm Pacific, there's going to be a virtual protest against Wall Street that will take place in Google Street Views' Wall Street. This is happening in Blue Mars Lite, the Mac/PC client which cleverly integrates avatars with photos from Google's map API. (As shown above.) The event is the brainchild of Jeremy Owen Turner (logging in from Canada) and Jacquelene Drinkall (logging in from Australia), and while it's not directly related to the actual protests happening now in downtown Manhattan, it does look like a pretty cool way to bring people around the world together into the same real time 3D space to share their outrage against Wall Street (and hopefully exchange productive practical, implementable plans to address it.) So far, folks from the UK, Netherlands, California, Hawaii, Italy, the Hague, and parts unknown plan to attend, so it's already going to be a globally diverse gathering. Go here to the event's Facebook page for more details.
Disclosure: I'm a former consultant for Avatar Reality, Blue Mars' developer.