From Declan Butler's blog on the Tripoli 6:
Mickey Grant, a filmmaker from Dallas, Texas, has, in response to the blog campaign, today made his full, 1h 22 min, 2003 documentary on the Libya HIV case, Infection, available free, on Google Video — link here — it’s a raw upload, so for the moment you have to endure a 30 second test pattern before the film actually starts.
[UPDATE]: new link, no test pattern.
More info as it comes in... but there are over 100 blog posts on this, now.
The news story of the blog efforts has been written up in Nature here.
"It's always difficulty to quantify the impact of such campaigns," says Alexiev, "but yes, they must absolutely continue, it can make a difference."
"There's no good way to know the impact," agrees DemFromCT, the pseudonym of one of the editors of the Daily Kos. "In this case, there's so much international politics it's impossible to tell whether it will help enough. But I do think the effort matters, and is important to do."
Nice, but in the end, it's about the Tripoli 6 and not about us.