If you blog (or read Time, apparently) you may have already been introduced to the utterly genius Post Secret, wherein random strangers mail in secrets on inventively designed postcards which are subsequently scanned and posted. Combines the always-fun voyeurism angle with art-appreciation. Awesome. Curator Frank Warren now has a book out.
Via a link from PostSecret, John Kerry blogs for Save the Internet. Save the Internet is a site dedicated to keeping Americans informed about “Net Neutrality,” which might be erroded by Telecomm companies in cahoots with Congress soon if us and the flip-flopper don’t do something about it. In short:
Net Neutrality ensures that all users can access the content or run the applications and devices of their choice. With Net Neutrality, the network’s only job is to move data – not choose which data to privilege with higher quality service. Net Neutrality prevents the companies that control the wires from discriminating against content based on its source or ownership.
You might not get off your virtual butt for many causes, but this one pretty much makes or breaks what you can do with your virtual butt – it deserves your attention.