In June 2006, in one frenzied night, I wrote the 95 Theses of Geek Activism. It unleashed a firestorm in my little world.
It was first picked up by Boing Boing, after which literally tens of thousands of links poured in from around the Internet. It made the Digg and delicious.com home pages. Der Spiegel linked to it. Wired magazine published it in print. And more than four years later, the hits keep trickling in.