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  Reply # 570770 19-Jan-2012 12:34
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That's hilarious. Most of the people are asking "why?" in their tweets and therefore apparently didn't actually read the blackout message. What are they doing on Wikipedia if they can't read?

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  Reply # 570773 19-Jan-2012 12:38
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THey're only reading Wikipedia for the articles...




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  Reply # 570783 19-Jan-2012 12:56
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Behodar: That's hilarious. Most of the people are asking "why?" in their tweets and therefore apparently didn't actually read the blackout message. What are they doing on Wikipedia if they can't read?


It just shows how dumb people are.




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freitasm:
Behodar: That's hilarious. Most of the people are asking "why?" in their tweets and therefore apparently didn't actually read the blackout message. What are they doing on Wikipedia if they can't read?


It just shows how dumb people are.


OK, so if Wikipedia goes dark people take to Twitter. What would people do if that went down?  




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  Reply # 570849 19-Jan-2012 14:40

Ars SOPA design

Ars has a lot of good info about SOPA, I like their approach of not blacking out instead they inform their audience. I also really digg their new design even though I cant stand reading inverted text.


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crackrdbycracku:
freitasm:
Behodar: That's hilarious. Most of the people are asking "why?" in their tweets and therefore apparently didn't actually read the blackout message. What are they doing on Wikipedia if they can't read?


It just shows how dumb people are.


OK, so if Wikipedia goes dark people take to Twitter. What would people do if that went down?  


I would be in a corner, violently shaking. 




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