The Baghdad Snapshot Action is one of the more interesting methods of protesting the War I've run across on the Net. Since February, the group has posted snapshots taken of people living everyday life in Iraq on the Internet as .pdfs and encouraged readers to print them and post them locally. It's a subdued and subtle form of protest, serving to remind people of the human cost of war.
From the site: “We want to show the world the people who will get both liberty and death in one fatal blow if this war begins. We want you to show them in your city. The entire snapshot collection is online as pdfs. Print them out and poster them anywhere and everywhere.”
The site designates this Sunday March 23rd as a postering day. Print a few and hang them where you will.