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Focus on FISA Amendments Act With A Lens

One more thing we can do to keep up activist energy against the FISA Amendments Act is to produce additional web sites that are focused exclusively on the issue. This Repeal FISA blog is one great example of this kind of activity. This morning, I set up another site, the first Squidoo lens focusing on the FISA Amendments Act.

Organized correctly, these sites won’t be in competition with each other. Instead, they should reinforce and amplify each other. For that reason, I make sure to link to this Repeal FISA blog from that Squidoo lens, as well as directing traffic to other anti-FISA Amendments Act sites.

The creation of multiple portals like this focuses the public’s attention much in the same way that a telescope array focuses signals from far away objects that are otherwise difficult to perceive. Creating a network that covers more ground than any single site could, signals are accumulated together, helping people to see the Big Picture.


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