New Tweet Reply Widget Coming Soon!

Edit: We have just released a proto-version of this feature. We will update its look and add a couple more functions to it tomorrow. To see it in action, visit the Browse page, and click on the Chain Image (with ‘View’ or ‘D’ next to it) in order to see the Link page. This page […]

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Token Skeptic Podcast Interview now out

Kylie Sturgess spent some time with me over Skype a short while ago for her podcast Token Skeptic. The interview  just came out the other day. An edited version of the interview also came out on the UK based ‘The Pod Delusion’ podcast back at the end of September. I’m really happy with the way […]

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The Great Global Discussion

Originally published in The Skeptic, Volume 32 Number 3, September 2012 As a repository of all human knowledge, the internet is an absolutely amazing thing, but as a platform for a global discussion of that knowledge it leaves a lot to be desired. In spite of all of the discussion capability which has been built […]

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Adopt-A-Blogger

Adopt-A-Blogger is a rbutr initiative to identify bloggers, columnists and other content creators who regularly write quality rebuttals and contrarian pieces, and organise a group of volunteers to add the rebuttals created by those individuals to rbutr as soon as possible after publishing. The goal is to get the rebuttals in front of the readers […]

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Blog Comments Work Better than rbutr…Well, except for…

Dave Copeland´s review of rbutr in the ReadWriteWeb website concluded that rbutr doesn’t measure up to Blog Comments as a means for discussion, or conveying dissent to an expressed opinion. Happy as I ever am to engage in a debate, it is probably of no surprise that I am going to have to disagree with Dave’s […]

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Full Article from The Australian

Update: The article is now fully visible online, and can be seen here. I just wanted to post a scanned version of the article featured in The Australian, since most visitors are unable to see the article behind it’s paywall.

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Knight Foundation’s News Challenge Places rbutr in It’s Top 52

rbutr has been selected to proceed to the next round of reviews in the Knight Foundation News Challenge. Out of a field of 1078 applications, only 52 were selected to proceed to this round. From here, a panel of industry experts will review each of the 52 and cull that list down to about 15 […]

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$250,000 for rbutr – Help us win a bit of the Knights Foundation Newschallenge!

rbutr now has an entry in the Knights Foundation Newschallenge competition – a competition which has seen $27,000,000 awarded over the last five years through this competition (though it has invested $100,000,000 since 2007 overall!) Anyway, they have $5 million up for grabs in this current competition for innovative solutions which seek “new ways to […]

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Not Another Web Annotation Service

If you found this post from the Knight Foundation News Challenge, then you may want to start at our Home Page in order to get a better introduction to rbutr! A tweet yesterday flippantly dismissed rbutr as just another Third Voice destined to also fail. I immediately followed up with a list of other web annotation […]

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