South African Skeptic/Science Bloggers Unite

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bluegray (August 14, 2008, 01:31:49 AM):
South Africa needs science and South Africa needs prominent scientific voices. Unfortunately, like the media in much of the rest of the world, South Africa's media is not nearly welcoming enough to the skeptical and scientific views of the world. Luckily, we have great examples from the United States and elsewhere of how self-publication through blogs can affect public discourse, promoting science and acting as a counterweight to indifference, ignorance, and gullibility. However, unlike our comrades elsewhere, South African science bloggers are unconnected and not organized. I propose to change that...


If you have a blog, show your support:
Calling South African Science Bloggers


A list in progress:
[#] George Claassen's Prometheus Unbound
[#] Simon Halliday's Amanuensis
[#] Doctor Spurt's Effortless Incitement
[#] Owen Swart's 01 and the universe
[#] Michael & Stephen's Irreverence
[#] Darthfishy's Yet Another Sceptic's Blog
[#] Skepticdetective's The Skeptic Detective
[#] Schrodingersgoldfish's subtle shift in emphasis
[#] moonflake's Smoke and Mirrors (hope the leave is temporary)
[#] Psychohistorian's Psychohistorian.org
[#] Michael Meadon's Ionian Enchantment
[#] Richard Harriman's Botswana Skeptic
[#] Maydont's Pause and Consider
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skepticdetective (August 15, 2008, 13:54:04 PM):
Further, if you are on Facebook you can join the "Blog Networks" application. When a blog has 15+ members there is an automatic feeder on the applications homepage which shows excerpts from the blog. That's a good way to get noticed by a lot of south africans :)
skepticdetective (August 15, 2008, 22:54:34 PM):
P.S. If you do sign up on Blog Networks, please add my blog, www.skepticdetective.wordpress.com, and confirm me as the author?

My name is Angela
bluegray (August 23, 2008, 17:40:27 PM):
I added an RSS feed here: http://skeptic.za.org/blogroll-beta/
It will update you on the latest posts by the bloggers in the list above. If you want yourself removed or added to the lists, please contact me.
It is working fine, but since I haven't tested it thoroughly, expect small bugs ;)
bluegray (September 14, 2008, 09:26:35 AM):
Richard Harriman from Botswana has a blog at http://botswanaskeptic.blogspot.com/

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