I'm glad to see that my 2012 resolution to post grudgingly and infrequently until SOPA/PIPA are defeated is finally inspiring other people sit up and take notice of this threat to the continued existence of the Internet. If you want to do your small part to help free us all from the grasp of pure evil, head on over to EFF and click it up.
LESSER EVIL: A little something for your Democratic friends:
Members of the Senate are rushing for the exits in the wake of the Internet's unprecedented protest of the Protect IP Act (PIPA). At least 13 members of the upper chamber announced their opposition on Wednesday. [...] The newly-opposed Senators are skewed strongly to the Republican side of the aisle. An Ars Technica survey of Senators' positions on PIPA turned up only two Democrats, Ben Cardin (D-MD) and Jeff Merkley (D-OR), who announced their opposition on Wednesday. The other 11 Senators who announced their opposition on Wednesday were all Republicans.
(This was an early count—later in the day the tally stood at 2 Democrats and 16 Republicans.)