Even thou A|N is less then a year old, we are already making an impact in the realm of unbelief. As we approach the new year, I can't help but think (and dream) of what we collectively could accomplish in 2009.

Let's brainstorm. What are your ideas? What would you like to see us achieve this year?

Also, this shouldn't be a place to poo-poo other's ideas. Let's just dream unencumbered, and then worry about the details once we get some decent ideas.

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I note that the chip in still hasn't gotten to the modest sum of USD898. If charity begins at home, it might be a little early to start compiling a list on charities.
Thanks Brother Richard for trying to make some goals for this upcoming year. This is great!

I really like Felch's ideas & could add one more to that list.

Maybe we could have a place to post upcoming event's happening in the areas where we all live. For instance, There is a LGBT march on Raleigh's capital on the 10th of January. This has been posted on my local Atheist meet up group. I am a hetero but will attend to show support for their civil rights and the seperation of church and state. I am glad they posted this so I know about it. There may be other people in this area that would like to attend, that belong to A/N.

We also just did a food drive for the needy that went well. I could post things like that too.
I'm new here and still spending some time looking around. But I'd like to see a better search engine. I want to be able to look for members by country, who're the recent members, etcetera.
I'd like to have the option of black type on a white background for the entire site. The current white on black is hard on the eyes.

And an archive of links to the best freethought videos.
And the one I forgot -

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Don't think about it, do it, as Henry Rollins would say.
Bee-dee-bee-dee- beep - what a bummer! ;-)
There already is a wiki called FreeThoughtpedia.
Move from the online world into the real world. Organize a big atheist conference (with some good guest speakers like Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, etc.). Make it family-friendly and consider locating it somewhere near the creation museum in Kentucky or some other place associated with religious ignorance and/or bigotry.
Daniel said: We could call it the Atheist Nexus Synod (tongue in cheek).

Perhaps it should be the Atheist Nexus Sin-odd - incorporating many of the characteristics off our members? ;-)
North Carolina is another state that needs this.
Simply but elegant...I like it!
I was wondering if we are going to pursue the 'networking' idea, whether some clever person can organize a system whereby groups run by atheist organizations can arrange other member organizations on Nexus into 'local', 'regional', 'state', 'country' or 'international' categories - according to their own location.

Then, when an organization needs to promote an event, or get support for a petition or find volunteers for a charitable event, etc. they can write a bulletin and easily distribute it to other organizations - locally, within the state, or even internationally - according to relevance and need.

It would be a great and easy way for organizations to keep in touch with each other - and a big plus for Nexus.

Even better would be some system by which you enter the location of your own atheist group and the other groups on the site are automatically sorted geographically, based on your location.

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