When the global events come around each year for the Zeitgeist Movement I usually do my best to get my hands on the graphics & artwork that get created and post them on the zmca toolkit page. I do this so anyone can have easy access to the artwork to repurpose for their own TZM events.
I remember reading a comment in a google group that stated "Why isn't this on the global website?"
It was flattering to read and also made sense. The global site is a hub and gets much more traffic than zmca. I thought about it for a whlie and then realized it wasn't as much of a problem as it was presented to be. What's important was that the information (in this case TZM event artwork) is posted and available on a TZM website. In a way, all these sites are connected via the TZM main site and TZMChapters.net which make up a global network of related sites..
I know that it's ineffecient to have 100 different websites to visit and there are things to address there. But with social networking and word-of-mouth, people looking for this info will find it, and I'll alway do my best to keep the toolkit updated. Who know's, maybe someday there will be a way to have TZM as a cloud-type virtual space where the photos, graphics, articles and other created media can be databased into a library for the whole world to access..
We're getting there.