Occupy Wall Street is demonstrating against monopoly rule. But how can you replace the ruling monopoly with the will of the People?
Remarkably few Americans are aware that their form of government was inspired by a Frenchman named Jean Jacques Rousseau. Rousseau's simple but wonderful ideas were directly responsible for both the American and French revolutions in the 18th century.
Why? Rousseau regarded the people as Sovereign. He made it sound great but back in the 18th century it wasn't possible to make the People's sovereignty explicit. Because there was no Internet to communicate it. So you needed an executive to embody it.
Now America has had CSPAN for a long time. That's a fine way for people to inform themselves about proposed pieces of legislation. With the advent of the Internet there's no more reason to pipe decision making through the bottleneck of an executive.
You need merely permit people to register passwords against their social security numbers and then have a secure online referendum on each proposed piece of legislation at the end of each week.
The voting choices for each proposed piece of legislation would be "Sign", "Veto", "Too big to decide - refactor into smaller chunks" and "Language too complicated - rewrite".
Of course a new constitution would need to be hammered out to accommodate such a change in executive process, but I have faith in the Occupiers' ability to arrange things like that between themselves. They are the people, after all.