Daniel Loxton's essay "Where Do We Go From Here" has inspired many skeptics.
Reed Esau started thinking about Barcamp and skepticism shortly after TAM 5 .
Unlike The Amazing Meeting or Skeptrack, Skepticamp requires participation.
Reed, Rich Ludwig and Crystal Yates-White helped organize the first Skepticamp.
Online groups like Meetup and Facebook have changed offline social groups.
Similar groups include Drinking Skeptically and Skeptics in the Pub.
The Long Tail describes the population dynamic of many niche groups.
BarCamp is a successful trend in local technology meetups.
The first Skepticamp event was held in Denver in August of 2007.
Upcoming Skepticamps are set for Denver, Atlanta and Seattle in 2009.
Promo - eSkeptic
Tim Farley, the creator of whatstheharm.net and the Skeptical Software Tools Blog.
Robert Lancaster created websites to debunk harmful psychics and spiritualists.
Robert suffered a stroke on August 4th, 2008.
Robert's stroke and recovery is very much like Derek's in the fall of 2005.
While in the hospital one of Robert's domain names expired.
The website is now StopSylvia.com
Google Bombing is an effective way to change the page rank of certain websites.
Using specific text in links is crucial to effective "Google Bombing".
Example: Sylvia Browne
The above linking text will help redirect traffic to Robert's new website.
DO NOT link to the old site, or other sites, and try to change your old links.
You can find out more about Skepticamp here.
You can find Tim's instructions on linking on his Skeptical Software Tools Blog.
To contribute to the Robert S. Lancaster fund, visit skepticsunite.com