Walker, I venture your participation in a critique of capitalism jibes well w/ your track-record of promoting local businesses, in that the problem may not be free enterprise, per se but instead the tendency of large corporations to abuse their power at the expense of the environment, public health, democracy, and our national interest.
But likely I'll miss this meeting due to other commitments.
By the way, we've started a site called Here Now and Beyond
Except for a lot of my own entries in the Journals section, the site is a blank slate and very low-end as for web design.
But it’s a start in terms of doing what no one else seems to be doing as of yet : building a site that involves many content creators from a wide variety of types of activism and community/political involvement. Blogger allows for a large # of content creators to access their sites, tho many people prefer Wordpress.com or Wordpress.org.
And Columbus Underground is, in the final analysis, not a website focused on activism and political involvement—though it has a component of that as the most interactive and user-driven site in this and perhaps many other cities. So, it seems a site promoting collaboration among a gamut of activists and concerned community members is what's missing in this city, IMO.