OK, well here's the basics on the AltExpo concept, which is definitely not fleshed out yet: We started out offering a page to each presenter to post info on his topic at an AltExpo event. Conceptually, that grew to the idea of cataloging and indexing all the alternatives to mainstream stuff that's available in New-Hampshire. Then if that was your choice of paths, ie, "I want to get out of the corrupted mainstream, where do I go for food, medical care, alt. money, etc.?" AltExpo.org would be the place to go.
It's being set up as a co-operatively-created site, ie, if you are to be the guiding guru on a particular topic, you get authorship of that page and can run with it (as long as you keep it clean and don't openly advocate anything illegal). I guess there could even be competing gurus and let the readership market decide. On your page, you can just copy and paste stuff in, link to other pages, create a whole new thing for the AltExpo pages, etc.
There are also internal blogs, fora, and a host of other features, some of which are not turned on yet. The look and functionality of the site are in development and evolving, but it'll stay live the whole time and will change all the time. So, your input would be appreciated!
Just go to the site and create a username and you get sent the usual welcome email with a starter password and a link to go change it to one of your choosing. Then if you are going to take on a topic, the IT staff here set you up with a page where you'll have sole authorship and we give you an @AltExpo.org email (forwarded) account. We'll try to keep up with the indexing, etc. Meanwhile, I have to clear out all the robot signups and send out a welcome email to all signed-up site members.
Jump on in - extremely low traffic right now (never sent out a mass emailing yet) & new pages of info being slowly added.