Where to go next?

Tomorrow I make the move to Patheos.  I’ll really miss FtB, but I’m looking forward to my new life as a writer.  Speaking of which, I picked up another writing job (more on that later), and so between that and Patheos I’m going to be living pretty comfortably working from my home and transferring my thoughts to words.

I’ll want to get settled first, but one of the perks of this life is that I can do it from anywhere.  I imagine I’ll stay based in Columbus, but I do intend to travel.  I will probably hit Missouri early for Skepticon and hang out with all my old mates from my college days.  I know I’ll want to visit Christina in St. Louis, as that hasn’t happened in far too long.  I’ll probably also visit Dr. Dave in Kansas City and, of course, Michaelyn in Kansas.  I’ll probably spend a great deal of time in Arkansas toward the end of the year with my family.  Anywhere I can set up my laptop for nine hours a day is where my office will be.

If you’re in any of those areas and want to pick me up as a speaker starting about in November, shoot me an email (wwjtd21 [a]t gmail [dot] com).  I’m looking at you, everybody in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

The sky truly is the limit.  Hell, maybe I’ll do a book tour once the book is out and just go visit any atheist group who’ll give me a couch to crash on.  It’s so odd to even be considering this type of freedom.  It’s exciting.  It feels like adventure.

It's funny how ambitions change over time.
PERSONAL: Happy birthday, Hitch.
Update and pics from #AACon15. MST3K cast members were at my talk.
You guys are wonderful.
About JT Eberhard

When not defending the planet from inevitable apocalypse at the rotting hands of the undead, JT is a writer and public speaker about atheism, gay rights, and more. He spent two and a half years with the Secular Student Alliance as their first high school organizer. During that time he built the SSA’s high school program and oversaw the development of groups nationwide. JT is also the co-founder of the popular Skepticon conference and served as the events lead organizer during its first three years.

  • Scott L.

    Pure Awesomeness!

  • EcksLibris

    I’m so happy for you!

  • Suido

    Don’t forget to NOT try and regain access to the back channel. Such an easy mistake to make… :P

  • ‘Tis Himself

    Bye. Have nice rest of your life. We’ll miss you here for at least ten minutes. Maybe even 15 if nothing else is happening.

    • baal

      Weird passive aggressive much ‘Tis?

  • http://faehnri.ch/ eric

    Damn, I don’t know of anything going on in Cleveland for you to come for.

    Shit, anything going on in Columbus? It’s not that for for me.

    • http://faehnri.ch/ eric

      not that *far* for me

    • http://www.thelosersleague.com theschwa

      I thought the same (I am in Akron), but I suspect he is not in Ohio. Looks like almost every state has a Columbus.

      • http://freethoughtblogs.com/wwjtd JT Eberhard

        I actually am in Ohio. ;)

  • Gordon

    Aw man, do I put your new RSS where the old one was (in my FtB folder) or do I move you to (Atheist Blogs)?

  • MeesterMike

    If you ever feel like coming up north to Toronto, there’s a spare bedroom you’re welcome to use!

  • Drakk

    Question, please. Is WWJTD on FtB going to be taken offline or stay online but not updated?

    And are all the old posts and comments going to be migrated?

    • http://freethoughtblogs.com/wwjtd JT Eberhard

      I’m going to migrate them and there will be a web forward in place here.

  • senor

    Should probably make sure the laptop is incapable of playing Guild Wars.

  • sqlrob

    Are you going to have your own RSS link? From what I saw of the general Patheos stuff, I think following the RSS for the whole site is a waste of time, at least for me.

  • Amyc

    You should come to Texas again! Or, you know, I’ll just see you at Skepticon.