The Daily Show
Wikipedia's blackout to protest SOPA forced Jon Stewart to learn about the legislation another way: "With Wikipedia down, I had no choice but to turn to a notoriously unreliable source: the news," he said, grimacing. || Related: 8 million people used Wikipedia's tool to look up contact information for their elected officials (Techdirt) | TV news shows spotty about disclosing parent companies' support of SOPA (The New York Times) | SOPA proponents launch TV, radio print ad campaign (Adweek) | Dilbert creator Scott Adams writes, "I have one of the most widely stolen intellectual properties in the history of the world. Emotionally, I'm okay with that. It feels like a compliment. Financially, I have no idea if piracy has hurt me in any meaningful way."