I’ve Decided to Leave SIN
After some thought I’ve decided I would rather maintain one blog rather than two. Interacting with the authors on this network takes time, sometimes a lot of it if I’m to do it right. I have too many irons in the fire, a book proposal I’m working on, a 50-60 hour a week job, and other issues I must deal with. It’s all too time consuming for me and something must give. So I’m leaving SIN. I think SIN is a wonderful place for you to visit, so continue doing so. Some really great people write great stuff here. After all, I invited most of them to write for us.
As I go you might see a gradual shift in emphasis toward the traditional notion of skepticism as opposed to atheism, which sounds fine with me, if so. I’m very happy to have been a part of starting this network as a co-founder of it. It was a year ago, almost to the day, when I first asked Ed Clint if he would be interested in co-founding this blog network, and he said yes. We first went with “Skeptic Blogs” then decided to change it to “Skeptic Ink.” It is a more catchy title with a better looking skin, thanks to Ed and a few others. I apologize profusely if I’ve let anyone down. I can only do what I can do. I wish Ed and this network all the very best. From now on you can find me right here. I’ll collect my things and be gone by the last day of the month.
One of the factors in leaving is that my target audience is Christians. It seems as though they don’t visit me here very much at all. I don’t like debating atheists, and that’s what has happened on my blog posts from time to time. So I must focus my efforts on the site where they visit the most, Debunking Christianity.
Don’t worry. I’ll only be a click away continuing to do what I do the best, debunking Christianity.