Allen MacNeill has an interesting post about the IDEA center, the pro-ID group on high school and college campuses that was founded by DI boy wonder Casey Luskin. He quotes a Dembski essay from shortly after the Dover ruling saying, in essence, that the ruling doesn’t matter because the ID meme had been unleashed and could not be contained now. He cites the existence of a few dozen IDEA centers as proof of this.
But as MacNeill points out, those centers appear to be pretty much gone now. Most of them haven’t updated their sites or held any events in years. The beast seems to have contained itself.