Sunday, April 28, 2013

These are the Skeptic Action instructions.

When you are following @SkepticAction on Twitter, you will receive a tweet a day with minimal instructions to follow a task that should only take you a few minutes to complete.

Generally it will look like this ...

Read - Rate - Comment (use WoT)

WoT means Web of Trust.   Here are the WoT Instructions from Tim Farley of what it is and why it is important.  To "rate" a site you first must download WoT to your browser (its free) and open an account (it's quick).  Over 95 million people have downloaded WoT.

  • You do not have to vote if you are not comfortable doing so.
  • You do not have to vote in every category.  
  • I am not telling you how to vote.  
Rbutr is really taking off with our team.  It is easy to use and remember that most Wikipedia pages make it really simple to find a way of rbutring a page.  Rbutr is currently only available on Google Chrome, but they are developing continually as the project is only a year-old,  lets help them grow.  

Instructions for Rbutr are here.  

Shane Greenup has made a video special for Skeptic Action members.

FishBarrel is next. I'm rolling these out as we grow, and we are growing and making real changes, very exciting!  Instructions from Tim Farely on what this is, with video explaining how easy this really is.


If you have suggestions please reply here

This project was created by Susan Gerbic, inspiration by Tim Farley.

UPDATE 9/10/13 - Now at 641 followers. Adding FishBarrel to the project (they currently have 262 users)
The Skeptic Wire (based in Texas) is joining forces with Skeptic Action here is a interview with me promoting our project.  Also WoT is only rating Trust and Child. It has changed to a color and word, no more numbers.

UPDATE 8/13/13 - We now have Skeptic Action on Google Plus and Facebook.  And between all 3 accounts we are very close to hitting 600 members by the end of August.  Way Cool!

UPDATE 6/19/13 - New video explaining WoT at 42:53. @Krelnik