"Couple took Downing Street memo to Web audience":
Working from their home in Sunnyvale, Calif., Fesmire and his wife, Gina, a graphic designer, created a homespun Web site called Downingstreetmemo.com in early May, posted the memo and related information there and generated a mass e-mail campaign to urge reporters and editors around the country to keep the story alive.
[ . . . ]Fesmire and Matzzie [ . . .] regard the memo as proof positive that Bush hasn't told the public the truth. Further, they said, the U.S. news media dropped the ball by not presenting the memo in that light.
"Editors, newspapers that are small and do not have an international or even a White House correspondent, they want information about this and they're not getting it from the small number of organizations that determine what is news," said Fesmire.
At a cost to the Fesmires of $20 a month, the Web site has responded to that frustration."
Well, they are spending $20 a month more than True Blue Liberal to spread the word, but it's amazing what they've helped accomplish and I just wanted to add a note of thanks.