This comment came in today:
"I work for Comcast. Sorry Bob you are pretty much off the radar now. It could have been something good that helped bring some issues to light but you've turned it into a mockery."
I don't doubt he/she is right. The novelty of Comcastmustdie.com, Mona Shaw and a lot of mainstream publicity converged briefly to force Comcast to take notice. That critical mass may well be disintegrating. Or not. This is a deep vein of consumer rage we've tapped, and Comcast continues to behave with monopolistic arrogance. If it regards this project as a blip on the radar now to be safely ignored, that is in and of itself proof that they don't understand the new world the live in -- which is pretty ironic, since they're the ones that wired it.
But we are not surrendering. In the coming weeks, we will be attempting something extraordinary once again to shine light into the dark crevices of corporate misfeasance. But as to the charge that I'm turning this site into a mockery, that's not true.
It was always a mockery. That's the point.