For what it’s worth, I’ll share Electronic Frontier Foundation’s “DearFCC” campaign. EFF is one of the organizations I support regularly.
I’m not confident that the childish tone of the suggested letter is effective, and I’m concerned about the hysterical tone of some of the hints – that big ISP’s will really block small websites that don’t pay them off (again, the idea of saying “what the Internet means to me”). I don’t know if that’s a credible threat, and in any case Pai says he has pledges that carriers will not discriminate outside of setting up fast lanes in very special circumstances that really warrant it. A text blog doesn’t need a fast lane; a movie streaming site would. (Usually Blogger content loads very quickly now; Wordpress domains are a little slower, sometimes. But is that because of net neutrality? Blogger was pretty fast even in 2008. So is my legacy DADT site.)
I’ll have to look further into how ISP’s really intend to behave. I think they would deny these ideas right now.
One remote idea is that “free” services like Blogger and Wordpress subdomains would have better access than paid-for domains. Maybe services like BlueHost would have to arrange access to the biggies in a future without net neutrality. But will these free services last forever? Do they really make money for their owners? Needs serious attention.