These are the notes from the GSoW lecture given on October 17, 2015. Here you will find the examples given on screen and even more goodies. Enjoy and Share
Amanda Bauer - Greg Neilson - Brand New Page
Friends Of Science In Medicine - Christine Daley - Before & After
Rachael Dunlop new page (with audio) written by new editor Sean Whitcomb. Rachael was also featured on the front page of English Wikipedia as a Did You Know... Here are the stat views during that day.
Maynard - Greg Neilson - Before & After
Astronomical Society of New South Wales - new page created by Greg Neilson
Astronomical Society of Victoria - Greg Neilson
Launceston Skeptics brand new page created by Susan Gerbic
Northern Rivers Vaccination Supporters (Brand New Page) - This page was written by one of the new English editors, James Williams Fun Fact - The NRVS people were unaware of the creation of their Wikipedia page, it was decided that as the Brisbane Skeptics were having a SkeptiCamp on Saturday July 4th and at least one member of the NRVS team would be in attendance, GSoW would delay announcement of the page. Susan Gerbic and James Williams gave the skepticamp organizers a video where James surprised the audience with the page. Video here
Bart Bok - Greg Neilson - Before & After
Priscilla Fairfield Bok - Brand new page in Spanish by Monica Quijano
|Maynard & Bart Bok|
Audio of Skeptics Project - This audio is recorded, edited and uploaded for use on Wikipedia pages.
Recent interviews and mentions
Skeptic Zone - Maynard interviews Susan Gerbic at the Sydney SitP 28:33
Reality Check Podcast - Interview with Susan Gerbic about GSoW
The Scathing Atheist - Susan Gerbic interview
Skeptoid guest article by Susan Gerbic
The Skeptic Zone - Richard Saunders interviews Susan Gerbic about the GSoW vaccine project.
Skeptical Inquirer Magazine - Vol 39 No 5 September/October 2015 - pgs 52-53 "Is Wikipedia a Conspiracy? Common Myths Explained" - Susan Gerbic (print version only)
Skepticality "Future Climate Thoughts" Susan Gerbic segment - "Assignment 6"
Shoutout from Skeptics with a K (0:00–2:20)
Daniel Loxton's Insight Blog about TAM 2013 workshop on Preserving Skeptic History
CFI Summit - Workshop - October 2013
Science Based Medicine - Steven Novella - Why Wikipedia is so important concerning medical pages.