Geeks Without God Chat it up at a Convention

Geeks Without GodThis past weekend, my Geeks Without God compatriots and I were asked to host a panel at the Skep-Tech convention this weekend.  Thinking it was cool to be invited as guests to a convention, we happily accepted.  We were given an all-star lineup that included Chelsea du Fresne, an evolutionary biologist and one of the convention organizers, Greta Christina, author of “Why are you Atheists so Angry: 99 Things that Piss off the Godless,” Tim Farley, creator of What’s the Harm and Zach Weinersmith, writer and illustrator of Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.

We were a little unsure of what to do for a panel so we decided to just do a talk about skepticism and technology.  It was interesting but of course immediately after the panel, I came up with a much better topic!  We should have talked about skepticism and entertainment!

Damn it!

I hope they ask us back next year (if there is a next year) so we can do that.

So there were some technical challenges recording on this one.  I had to record from a table mic in a gigantic room where the panelists were using microphones.  For all the challenges, the sound turned out far better than I feared.

There are a few edits on this one because a few audience members asked fairly long questions and they were too far away from the mic to be understood.  I cut a few of those out just to get rid of what was effectively dead air.

So listen if you like!  Our panelists were super interesting!

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Geek, movie buff, dad, musician, comedian, atheist, liberal and writer. I also really like Taco flavored Doritos.

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