Even though Wikipedia’s U.S. site has gone dark for 24 hours to protest anti-piracy legislation, it’s still providing information. Visitors who enter their zip codes into the site get contact information for their legislators, who, presumably, they should be petitioning to vote ‘nay’ on SOPA. Of course, for folks like me who live in D.C. zipcodes, things work a little differently:

Related: My 11:59 p.m. Wikipedia search was for “pacey witter.” Don’t ask. What was your last search? (And yes, obviously, you can still view Wikipedia pages by either hitting ESCAPE quickly before the blackout page loads, or through Google cache, but what’s the fun in that?)