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Scenes from a MAL: Buffalo Bill the Proxy Mouse

I know everyone enjoys the posts I put up with snippets from conversation from the Skepchick back channel so I thought I’d share some behind the scenes posts from the Mad Art Lab back channel distribution which is often even more surreal. From: Steve D Subject: Who Wants To Test …

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New Feature: Is This What You Were Looking For?

One of the fun things about writing for Mad Art Lab is that, via analytics, we can see all of the different ways in which people find us. Readers end up here by many avenues – some people just ‘know’ of us and come straight here, some people link from …

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AI: Who Decides?

I was watching this video clip at work because, well, (full disclosure) I had to. But they bring up an interesting topic on the nature of genius. Video clip below: Video Clip from this year’s World Science Festival (Sorry for the link, but you can blame wordpress’ war on embedded, …

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Mad Art Lab Logo Contest: The Reckoning!

At the start of this month, we announced the creation of Mad Art Lab along with a contest to create the new MAL logo. We weren’t sure what kind of results we’d get, but we thought it would be a great way to interact with our skeptical artist readers. Well, …

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Checking In

I promise to post something more substantial in the next few days but I figured I’d better introduce myself… Hi, I’m Steve. I’m one of the contributors to Mad Art Lab. I’m not exactly sure what I’m supposed to do here but I’ll think of something. I’m the guy who …

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Introducing Skepchick’s New Sister Site: Mad Art Lab (Plus Logo Contest Details)

Are you an artist with a skeptical perspective? Or a science nerd with a creative streak? Well, good news! We’ve just launched Mad Art Lab, a site dedicated to exploring the intersection where art meets science and skepticism. Like Skepchick, Mad Art Lab is a group effort. The team will …

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