What a difference six months makes.
Since the beginning of the Occupy movement in Zuccotti Park last September, protests across the nation and the world have multiplied into hundreds of groups composed of thousands of people with seemingly a million different agendas.
On Sunday, as Occupy Town Square IV, with the promise of info tables, training and political discussions drawing 334 attendees on Facebook as of Friday morning.
According to organizers, the event "seeks to recreate the spirit of occupation and reclaim our public commons in the fullest possible sense."
However, with the actual 24/7 occupation of Zuccotti Park becoming a more and more distant memory, is the Occupy movement still a major force to be reckoned with?
Or was OWS just a passing moment in our increasingly attention-challenged society?