Melbourne Musician Shelley Segal – On Radio And On Atheism!

I'm hoping I'll see her around the Global Atheist Convention next year! Shelley Segal, whose song "Saved" has started to get some rave reviews already.In this interview for radio 3CR, she's talking about the upcoming "An Atheist Album" and plays an acoustic version of one of the tracks 'Eve' (lyrics follow after the jump): … [Read more...]

Girl With A Pearl Earring – With Just A Pen…

If you're reading this? Donate! Go on, donate, help push my tally over the $400 mark- if just three people can get projects going and make the tally go this far, I'm certain even a small donation to Math with Words or Did You Know That? or Time For Current Events will make a big difference to students and schools. It all ends this Saturday!It's amazing how it's done with just one single line. Just one. All in spirals for a Faber Castell ad campaign. … [Read more...]

The Great Vaccination Debate Infographic

From The Great Vaccination Debate Infographic, created by MedicalCodingCareerGuide.com, thanks to @JAlbietz (who got it from @ImmunizeCOKids, and so forth...).Created by: Medical Coding Career Guide … [Read more...]

Monday Morning Muse – Taking A Break From Reality

Monday Morning Muse – Because Even When I Can't See Straight Or Breathe Without Chemicals, I'll Sleep When I'm Dead.I'm still unwell. I know, I know - I should be offline and working on getting better. Remember the old days? Didn't matter if you were missing a leg, it was more important to get the job done: “What if you were sleeping?” I had stupidly asked. “So get up and answer it,” she’d answered while filing down a scraggly nail. “Sitting down to a really fancy meal?” “Be like every other Ne … [Read more...]

Unwell And The Links That Don’t Help Much (A Bill Cosby Drumming Interlude)

I have a cold. I've just written the Sunday post that I'll schedule for tomorrow morning... but I thought that I should write something here.Something.Oh god my head hurts. And I feel awful as I'm letting someone down about a meeting tomorrow but I don't think I should drive a car let alone be typing anything other than pls get hdache tablts thx into my phone.I could post you links to illusionist Derren Brown talking to Philosopher, author and Open University lecturer Nigel Warburton about … [Read more...]

International Cephalopod Awareness Days – Digital Cuttlefish And Noadi’s Art #cephalopod

UPDATE - sobering news from 'Cuttlefish Country' in the comments - appears the desalination plant has been approved in SA. Keep in touch with their site for updates.It's International Cephalopod Awareness Days! I encourage you to do something to celebrate these days, which happen to be:October 8 – Octopus Day, for all the eight-armed species October 9 – Nautilus Night, a time for all the lesser-known extant cephalopods October 10 – Squid Day/Cuttlefish Day, or Squittleday, covering the t … [Read more...]

Happy Birthday Tim Minchin!

It isn't only Ada Lovelace's day today! Of course, we all know of Tim Minchin because of Storm. But I'll always remember him for the first time I saw him on stage, here in Perth.And if you're not familiar with his work: … [Read more...]

Thursday Morning What-The – Nudity, Art, Floating Feet And Mission Impossible Squirrels

NOTICE - if you're in Perth today (and why wouldn't you be?) - the UWA Atheists and Skeptics Society are doing their weekly pub get-together at 1pm in the UWA Tavern and there's a Facebook RSVP here!By the way, I'm going to be on the next episode of the podcast Science On Top! I don't think the theme of the show has been revealed, but this next video is a tremendously big hint.2011 Nobel Prize in Chemistry - Periodic Table of Videos. Daniel Shechtman is awarded the Nobel Prize for his d … [Read more...]

Tim Minchin And Dennis Kelly’s ‘Matilda’ TwitterView

Okay, sure, not STRICTLY skepticism, I know, I know... but I do love Roald Dahl, especially when combined with the songs of Tim Minchin.Here he is with the writer Dennis Kelly, answering questions about 'Matilda', the musical that was transfered from the The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) Stratford-Upon-Avon's theatre to the West End. There will be an iTunes release on the 18th October coinciding with the musical’s first preview night.You can check out more of the musical (the London p … [Read more...]

Iszi Lawrence With Ladylike Lessons: How To Put Your Face On

I saw Iszi perform in August 2008, as a part of the Camden Fringe - and oddly enough, ended up being on the same train as her after the show. I don't recall her make-up being particularly note-worthy, but her tales of her family during her show were well worth catching.Notice in the background, a sketch depicting the main characters from Léon: The Professional.httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsgUdPGXUZ8 … [Read more...]

Wednesday’s Links Of Love – Sisters Are Doing It (Science And Secular)

Wednesday Morning Links Of Love: Because Everyone Needs A RSS-cit With Their Morning Coffee. If you have a link, tweet it to my Twitter account at TokenSkeptic!From Alom Shaha, on Twitter - Jo Marchant on Guardian ScienceBlogs: Why are so few popular science books written by women? There are plenty of women writing about science, but their names rarely make it onto bookshelves or into the shortlist of the Royal Society's science book prize. From Leslie Cannold, on Twitter - great book review o … [Read more...]


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