Just got back from my bachelor party. Due to regional confidentiality agreements, I can only report that it was in a town named "the meadows" by 19th-century Spanish immigrants.
But I'm feverishly reading about the Iranian elections, and came across this post by Andrew Sullivan (who's been all over the story):
The Atlantic is struggling to keep the site up despite what seems to be a digital attack. Please be persistent in trying to reload.
If that's true, it would be a pretty remarkable indicator of where the digital age is heading. Welcome to the 21st century.
UPDATE: Sullivan has reported that their servers were only overloaded -- no "denial of service" attacks. This doesn't surprise me -- whereas I wouldn't put such a thing past a country with very sophisticated state digital infrastructure (say, China), in a place like Iran, where I'd assume most of the techies are liberals, it would have been remarkable.