Zapatismo, as was said sometime ago by Subcomandante Marcos, is an “intuition.” More recently following the emergence of autonomy in the Zapatista communities as well as the success of La Otra Campaña, we have also come to understand it as a number of political commitments from below and to the left. As such, it continues to erupt in a variety of locales and across an ever-growing rhizome of communities of struggle living the future in the present, much in the same way Zapatista autonomous rebel municipalities are spaces where "another way of doing politics is already a reality." Thus, we have become increasingly aware of the successes of what Gustavo Esteva reminds us are the "one no and many yeses" that emerge from dignity. We have been able to  archive our successes through a variety of web based resources, many of which appear below, but also more importantly because dignity always produces knowledge about itself. Consequently, we continue to benefit from the Zapatistas’ commitment "to learn to recognize the face and word of our fellow travelers." Moreover, we acknowledge the significance of the series of strategic interventions the Zapatistas have initiated as well as the emerging community it generates. "To know, study, and understand the Zapatista experience," Raúl Zibechi explains, "is more urgent than ever for those of us who live under the progressive model."