In an internet sea of princely Nigerian bankers, psychic storefronts, and echo chambers where opinions concentrate into a near-singularity, can skeptics on the web make a difference? What role should skeptic bloggers play in the new media landscape? Find out at this workshop and discussion with some of the Skeptic Ink Network's finest... It's the best workshop, ever -Abraham Lincoln. Read More
If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.
-Attributed to Bernard Baruch
Certain English words have gained a negative valence just in the last few... Read More
James Randi has announced this year’s winners. The Pigasus awards highlight some of the worst people in our country each year. Professional frauds whose endeavors... Read More
As this will be the first TAM I will be able to attend, I am plenty excited for it. This year the much under-rated author Susan Jacoby is keynoting. Jacoby wrote The Age of American Unreason and many other books and I am very much looking forward to her address. Read More
Wikipedia is not a place where you get to advertise, it is not a personal brag page. Wikipedia is where secondary sources (not your personal website) backs up claims. Wild claims like how you have solved missing person cases using only your psychic powers needs backing up. Read More
Dan Fincke has invited discussion on his post titled The Camels With Hammers Civility Pledge, so here are my two cents. You might also like to read responses to it... Read More