|Could next year's Reason Rally look like this? Hell yeah!|
Hate to be dragging this out over days, but some video links have been hard to come by. P.Z. Myers helpfully provided a link to video of his talk at the Reason Rally this morning. Until now, these videos had been scarcer than hen's teeth. There is going to be an official spiffy Rally video released later, so I can sort of see why it has been so difficult.
But here's the thing: the excitement is out there right now. We need to use that energy to spread the encouraging message that was sent to closeted atheists everywhere on Saturday now. The official video will be great, I am sure, and I will certainly be buying a copy of it (or downloading if it is freely accessible - which I hope it will be (are you listening Reason Rally organizers?).
First up, P.Z. Myers, the tentacled overlord of Pharyngula fame (blog link on the right).
HuffPost's recap of the rally, with photos.
Julian Baggini published an atheist "manifesto" in the Guardian (U.K.) which I have not yet read in full, but which looks meaty and interesting. There is a 'Series: Heathens Progress' above the author's byline and under the Guardian banner which gave me a momentary thrill. Could heathenish writing actually have scored series status in the U.K. media? Excellent, if true!
Canada's National Post has published a story about Richard Dawkins' talk at the Reason Rally.
The Friendly Atheist made a herculean effort and posted a Rally recap with his impressions, photos and videos.
USA Today published a hatchet job using every atheist trope the hopelessly bigoted Religion writer could cram into the piece. I only include such verbal excrement in the interest of fair and balanced reporting. :-/
Video of Tim Minchin has been really hard to find online, but Kylee Sturgess (Token Skeptic) managed to find this one from UStream (David Singer). The first 58 seconds are broken (perhaps Penn Jillette broke it, heh) but then it works and Tim Minchin's bit comes right after:
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