I was already against SOPA before the internet blackout today, so Wikipedia et al. shutting down didn't necessarily impact my thoughts on the legislation. However, it did make me realize how much I have grown accustomed to using Wikipedia in everyday life. I know it isn't always perfect, but for the quick refresher or primer on most topics, it is an invaluable resource.
It also made me wonder whether any of our readers were impacted by the action. Did you change your mind on SOPA one way or another? If not, did you at least become more aware of the issue? If so, do you think this was an effective protest? Were you just mad that you couldn't easily look up information of questionable provenance? Any thoughts would be appreciated in the comments section.