Welcome to the new Atheist Experience blog on Freethoughtblogs!

Hi, folks!  Pardon our dust as we move over from our old digs at http://atheistexperience.blogspot.com/.  Looking forward to becoming a part of the freethoughtblogs community!

Keep an eye out over the next few days for introductory posts from each of our contributors: Martin, Russell, Matt, Tracie, Jen, Don, and Jeff.


  1. Drivebyposter says

    I was hoping this would happen from the moment I heard of FTB.
    I’m so excited for you guys and hope this brings everyone some extra traffic and more fans.

  2. Jon says

    Congrats on the move.

    I pulled site site up to update my RSS feed and the first thing on the page that loaded was an ad for “Revolt! Magical Scam Water”. Since atheism and skepticism go hand in hand I was very surprised to see an “invention that heals water” and “pulls floride and heavy metals” out of my body. I think you need to review with your host where they’re getting their ad feed from.

  3. jacobfromlost says

    Awesome. Now I can post. I never could figure out how to post on the old site. Nothing I did ever worked.

  4. tracieh says

    Just testing to see if I have set up my account properly…I’m assuming I need one in order to post?

  5. rrpostal says

    I think it actually takes more time and effort to complain about ads than it would to solve the issue. I haven’t seen an ad for years.

  6. Ibis3, féministe avec un titre française de fantaisie says

    For all those complaining about the ads, Ed Brayton wrote a post about it that I just spent an hour looking for, but it’s been deleted (possibly because by telling us that they get paid for click-throughs, he was breaking some kind of rule?). Basically, they don’t have control over what ads they get (they’re based on a combo of keywords for the page you’re on–which means there’s no discrimination between positive and negative posts about a subject–and your own browsing history), and because the site cost so much to start up, they can’t afford to just wait until they can get specific advertisers to sign on. Hopefully the ads will improve over time.

  7. Thomas says

    One thing I liked about the old site was the mobile friendly template. I understand that this site is ad driven, but is there any possibility of mobile blasphemy?

  8. Vall says

    Wow, all my favorites are coming here. Was it Ed that had a post explaining the profile pic? I had it working over at the blogspot page.

  9. says

    Very glad to see you guys here!

    I sometimes post links to You Tube clips of yours on the secular discussion board I helped found.

    Most recently earlier today, as it happens.

    David B

  10. Kol says

    Hot damn!

    I really need to check the front page of FTB more often.

    Gave the blog a thumb up in Stumbleupon and was surprised to find that no one had submitted yet. Here’s hoping it’ll drive your traffic up a notch.

    I’m really glad you folks are here!

  11. sansdeityEngland says

    You don’t. Go to their website and you’ll find links to ustream and channel Austin to watch the show live, or their own archive of past shows. I, too, am in the U.K.

  12. Oscar Williams says

    Well it is good to see and hear from those of you who refuse to walk in the pathway of darkness.For those of you who are strong enough to look reality in the eye I Salute You. There are over 500 different kinds of religon on this earth,and all claim to be right.