As many of you may know, I do a lot of critical thinking and scientific literacy activism under the label of "skepticism" and for the past couple of years have been involved in building an organization to that effect in my own city of Columbus, Ohio. Recently, I shared some of the things I've learned in effort to help other like-minded folks create similar groups in their areas by way of a workshop at the GenCon convention in Indianapolis, Indiana. Since I thought it might be of interest to both skeptics and those wondering what the hell skepticism is in the first place, I've embedded my presentation slides after the jump.
Also - GenCon was a blast, even for a gaming newbie such as myself. I even learned the basics of Magic: The Gathering. I'm officially 37% nerdier now.