Last night my site host assigned me a new IP address. They aren't turning the old one off till some time next month, but I wasn't publishing anything today (sorry about that) so I figured I'd get it done.
Update server, update DNS, update mail, reboot server, wait for propagation to... um... propagate.
If you're seeing this, it's done, and hello, you shouldn't notice anything new.
... except for the anti-CISPA popup.
Wait, what? I'm letting popups on my site? Yes, just this one, because it's important.
The problem we face is that the people who keep trying to pull the same crap over and over again are betting on fatigue. They're betting that sooner or later people like you and me will get tired of mobilizing to fight the same damn thing over and over and over again... so if the EFF wants to make it easy for me to alert my readers about these problems, then it's in my interests to let them... because it's easy to overlook these things. I almost overlooked it today.
The popup should only display once per session. Then it will go away until you delete your browser/cookie cache. Then it will come back.
The good news is, the EFF also has a site banner (not a popup) that I can tack on to the top of my site. The problem at the moment is that it doesn't display properly on my site. When I can get it to work, I'll switch to that and popups will once again be no more.