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  • n. The sudden increase in popularity of an Internet site or resource due to an event or link from another site.

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  • Seeing that flashcrowd of yellow-jumpsuited servers and energized patrons materialize in my defense made it clear that there was an archipelago of safe havens for those, who like me, were brazen enough to take that step past speaking truth to power and suggest ways to short-circuit it.

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  • Tactics time--a huge demonstration in front of a Fux station with signs lampooning Fux Personilities intentional spelling there, I pulled one some days ago that soneone was wondering about that I never go around to saying, "No, that is not to my knowledge anything in a dictionary" and phonecalls to the other networks promoting the demonstrations, and a flashcrowd equivalent campaign to makes lot of phone calls and emails to media outlets... and maybe signs along high traffic routes at times of the day when the traffic is slow...

    Making Light: Open thread 134

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