Dailyish update February 3

Note: see the Communications Channels post and the Next dailyish update page on the wiki for more on the “daily update” process.  There’s plenty of room for improvement; feedback welcome.  If anybody would like to volunteer to do the next daily update, please leave a comment!

Next conference call

Saturday February 7, 2 p.m. Pacific/5 PM eastern.  Topics: communications, change.org, ad.  Agenda to follow.

Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=122117005117
MyBO event:  http://my.barackobama.com/page/event/detail/gpt2dy

change.org update

http://www.change.org/ideas is being reconfigured as a group blog; first posts will be up today, and mail will go out tomorrow.  Stay tuned for more.

Update, 11:30 a.m.: here’s the first post on change.org.  Please check it out and introduce yourself!

Volunteers Needed

– Wiki help wanted! There’s a list of to-dos at http://get-fisa-right.wetpaint.com/todos/updated
– bloggers wanted! https://getfisaright.wordpress.com/2009/01/16/bloggers-wanted/

FISA In the news

Please leave links to other FISA stories in the comments!

– civil liberties groups spied on, including ACLU and BORDC: http://tacomasds.org/node/1004


3 Responses to Dailyish update February 3

  1. Of possible interest to many: the PBS show “NOVA” is broadcasting “The Spy Factory” this week.


  2. jonpincus says:

    here’s the first post on change.org. Please check it out and introduce yourself!

  3. […] (on the blog and wiki), “volunteers needed”, and “FISA in the news.”  Tuesday’s update was much shorter, and led with the two pieces of most important […]

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