He is calling on bloggers to display a "Say No to MSN Spaces" button on their blogs.
He writes that not only is MSN Spaces filtering politically sensitive key words, but has taken the "even more evil" step of shutting down user blogs, with the justification of "respecting Chinese law." Isaac writes: "This has not happened to other languages on MSN Spaces, and is unlikely to." He then continues: "Chinese users may not be able to get support from our own domestic legal system, but we can refuse to use them and refuse to read them."
He posted this just minutes after I updated my latest, detailed post with lots of Chinese blogger reaction to MSN censorship. There's some pretty thought-provoking stuff.