In which I have a fanboy meltdown moment and talk TAMOZ

That's me! Yes, that's me just next to James Randi's face. Randi's face! His beardy face! Squeeeee! SQUEEEEEE! *faints*


Yes, I'm quite excited about #TAMOZ. I'm speaking on the activism panel 2.00pm - 4.00pm on the first day. We're directly opposite the Science Based Medicine panel, so I expect our attendance to be zero, as everyone will be off listening to The Novellatron methodically destroying quackery in the next room. But still, if you're passing by on the way to SBM, toss us a biscuit through the door. I know for sure Travis Roy is on the panel, as is Elliot Birch, making it a sure thing that Jason Ball and Dale Roy will be at the table too. We'll be lonely in there. Moar biscuit!

Anyway, if you're a TAMOZ attendee and happen to spot a scruffy, nerdy looking drunk guy wandering around.... oh, wait, I should be more specific. I just described half the attendees.

If you see a guy with a "Jason Brown" name badge, come and have a chat. I'm fascinated by activism and online skepticism of all stripes, and I'd love to get some views and war stories from other skeptics. Tweet me up, Facebook me, ping me via The Skepticator, whatever. Also, be sure to attend the Open Mic night on Thursday 25th, where I'll be MCing and having a few drinks. Dave The Happy Singer may also be an MC for the evening (though I haven't officially asked him), which will give me a chance to hang at the bar and talk rubbish for a while.

 Oh, and one more time with feeling: SQUEEE!

posted @ Monday, October 11, 2010 12:22 PM


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# re: In which I have a fanboy meltdown moment and talk TAMOZ

Left by niroz at 10/13/2010 1:32 PM
It might amuse to to know that in the rss feed, it's advertising live psychic reading's under this post.

# re: In which I have a fanboy meltdown moment and talk TAMOZ

Left by Jason at 10/13/2010 1:34 PM
Google Adsense does that. Doesn't bother me too much since if it *does* get clicked, it costs the "psychic" some money, which then gets split between me and google.

And I don't think the "psychic" is actually going to get anything substantial from the deal. Same with the Scientology ads that come up occasionally. They won't score any converts here, but they're welcome to keep trying!
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