The Atheist Spot - For atheists, agnostics, and all freethinkers

What do you get when you take Digg and whittle it down to a niche promoting atheism related topics? You get The Atheist Spot. Vjack over at Atheist Revolution wrote about it and so I thought I’d check it out. It obviously doesn’t have the traffic levels that Digg enjoys, but its tight focus should help provide me with ideas on what the rest of the atheist bloggers out there are talking about.

I’ve registered an account under the handle SEB so I can participate and I’ll see if I can’t add a link to the list at the end of entries here for submitting stuff to the Atheist Spot.

6 thoughts on “The Atheist Spot - For atheists, agnostics, and all freethinkers

  1. Hey there, I’m one of the founders of The Atheist Spot. If you or your readers have any comments/feedback/suggestions for improving the site, I would LOVE to hear it. Use the form at the bottom of the web site to contact me any time.

  2. Thanks for the link. I really like the idea of this new service and hope it takes off. My only pet peeve so far is that I have not found a way to sort contributions by number of votes. Still, I think there is real potential there.

  3. I signed up with “webs05”. Feel free to add me as a friend. I plan to take a look at the site more thoroughly when I can.

  4. Seems a good thread to add this.

    The BBC, as any upstanding homophobic, racist xenophobe knows, is full of pinko liberals who want to force all our children to be gay muslim tree huggers.  Which means a major radio station (Radio 4) can broadcast this at prime time.

    Also worth watching is Mitch Benn (the voice of God in the above clip), The Now Show’s Musician, saying happy birthday to Bushes favourite child.

  5. Hi, I just signed up after finding the link on ‘poodles place’. I just added you as a friend.
    I’m OzAtheist in case anyone wants to add me.

    Seems like a good idea, a niche Digg

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