Davy Crockett asked, in a comment, about the applications of cyber-space to resistance movements. Rather than respond in comment form, I decided to respond here.
I think there are some valuable insights in your response.
As far as the cyber-space applications, it's important to remember that, at heart, I'm nothing more than a knuckle-dragging gunslinger. However, I would argue that on one level, the blogosphere is an obvious application of the cyber-space paradigm to the initial phases of any future potential resistance. The communications/liaison possibilities represented by this mode of communications should be obvious. In the end however, when/if more active resistance becomes necessary, I think it will get to the point where we will all need to employ more active countermeasures such as open-source encryption, proxy servers, and other cyber-security measures such as the expanding interest in darknets, etc.
On a more direct level, regardless of one's opinions on the different resistance movements arising and functioning internationally right now, I think we've seen ample evidence of how it works, between the applications by the Arab Spring/Sharia Summer activists in the Middle East, Anonymous, and hell, even A/Q. I know Arctic Patriot has expressed some interest in seeing how the use of R/C aircraft and some of the currently available microprocessors can be leveraged into the creation of open-source, free-market UAV/UAS.
On a completely unrelated couple of notes, I started posting information on this blog on 6JAN12. That was 31 days ago (for the mathematically-challenged). In that time, this blog has received just over 42,000 visits, while the articles have elicited 225 comments, as of now (although that number includes my comments in response to other comments).
I started this blog, largely because of the great deal of sometimes flat wrong information I saw put out in both articles, forums, and books. Obviously (to me at least) others have recognized that need as well. Even I'm not so arrogant as to believe there have been three or four guys running around to the blog, clicking on it 10,000 times each.
I was asked, via email, if I was planning on putting out an archival CD/DVD. Short answer is no. I'm not enough of a fan of tech to do so. I have however, considered cleaning up the editing far more thoroughly than my blog articles have received, and placing them in book form. I haven't figured out the details, but since my thoughts have revolved around waiting for the 100 post landmark, I've got a little while to figure it out.
In addition to the doctrinal/philosophical considerations present in many articles, it would focus also on actual training programs, for both individual and collective task skills. Any interest from the readership?
In closing, I want to thank everyone who's read this blog, and especially those who have spread the word of its existance, for the time you have each invested in it. You have my appreciation.
Somewhere in the mountains