Tomorrow, I am going to join Wikipedia, Tim Gowers, Peter Cameron, and others in shutting down my website to protest SOPA.
Once the SOPA supporters notice the absence of my blog tomorrow, they will surely give up on their agenda.
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How do you temporarily shut down a wordpress blog?
I am going to go to Settings->Privacy and click “I would like my site to be private, visible only to users I choose.” If that doesn’t work, then SOPA wins. Bret
Today WordPress have a “SOPA protest” button just under the “Privacy” button on the “Settings” menu. Good for them!
Thanks for the tip! It is nice being in contact with people who live in the future.
Great job, Bret! It looks like it just might work.
I am fully prepared to take full credit if PIPA and SOPA fail.
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