Silverman's now writing for much bigger fish. In June, a piece on his exploits titled "Censorship High" appeared on the online magazine Salon. That prompted hundreds of e-mails in support, including one reader who was "very impressed," another who called him "brave," and a third who found his writing "cogent, intelligent, succinct and generally, very damn good." One fellow techie wrote, "Don't let the bastards get you down." Computer-Using Educators Inc., an Alameda-based nonprofit corporation dedicated to helping educators integrate technology into the curriculum at all levels, has asked to reprint his Salon essay in its newsletter.