Oot and Aboot with Some Canadian Skeptic turns two years old today! Two is my favorite thing that happens when you add one thing to another thing!
S'been a fun blog to maintain. Although I've been maintaining an online blog since 2002, this skeptic blog was a new thing, so I was a little unsure how long it would last. I mainly started this blog to offer a Canadian skeptic voice (two years ago there was only a small handful out there), and to learn how to write a little better. Looking back at my writing from those early days, I can at least be certain that I've accomplished both goals reasonably well.
Over the last two years, my skeptic and science activities have granted me some notable highlights, such as...
Most meaningful for me in this journey has been my role as Editor-in-Chief of Skeptic North. I've spoken about it at great length in numerous other outlets, and my feelings of fondness for it are well-known. I'd like to point out that it was primarily this blog that helped me meet most of the Skeptic North team! I'd like to thank a ton of my colleagues and to name names here, but I won't, at the risk of accidentally excluding anyone. You all know who you are, and I owe you each a tremendous debt of thanks (and beer....or ketchup chips).
I want to thank everyone who has been reading this blog, and to those who have taken the time to write me over the past two years. I can't get back to all of you, but I promise that do read every one that I receive. Since launching Skeptic North, I've not had nearly as much time to update this blog like I used to. I will keep the blog alive and active, so thanks for sticking with me!
The opinions expressed on this blog do not necessarily reflect those of Skeptic North, any of my past/present/future employers, or any of my past/present/future academic colleagues. These words are entirely my own.