Part IV of my coverage of the Global Atheist Convention (and fringe) has been viewable online over here at B&W for a few days. Apologies for the late update, I’ve been quite busy away from the computer in my spare time, owing to something being put down a toilet that didn’t belong there…
Part V has just gone live over here, in the past few hours. Now there’s just the redux post left to finish off…
…then it’s on to media meta-analysis (kidding… or maybe not).
It’s the longest post in the series, because it covers both the longest day of the convention, and the gala dinner afterward. I like to think it’s worth your time and consideration.
Geez. Look at this wanker.
A lefty having a vegetarian breakfast and latte, in Melbourne’s inner suburbs.
It’s like, totally from another paradigm, or something…
And here was me thinking gravity had already done its job.
You may or may not enjoy this entry as much as the last. I get stuck into a Jim Jeffries act that headlined the first night.
I’ll be off to see Chris Stedman, PZ Myers, and the excellent Leslie Cannold, in action tonight, where they’ll be discussing the possibility of cooperation between atheists and the religious.
Viva la Major Recording Labels!
Maybe in another thirty years, people will post Delta’s likeness on buttons and t-shirts… and not know who the hell she is.
Please enjoy. There’s another in the works covering last night’s performances, and I’ll post a link when it’s available.
Now I’m off to go watch Peter Singer in action. You enjoy your breakfast.