Tom Flynn is executive director of the Council for Secular Humanism and editor of its flagship magazine, Free Inquiry. A founding coeditor of the newsletter Secular Humanist Bulletin, he designed and directs the Council's museum at the Dresden, N.Y., birthplace of 19th century agnostic orator Robert Green Ingersoll. He is also vice president for media at the Center for Inquiry and director of its audio-visual production arm, Inquiry Media Productions. He has written or edited four books including The New Encyclopedia of Unbelief (Prometheus, 2007). He is executive producer of the Council for Secular Humanism's 2013 video miniseries, American Freethought.
October 14, 2010
Mysterious objects in the sky have the internet atwitter, but here at CSI this scene is old hat.
December 8, 2009
I didn't think it was possible, but last night pseudo-documentary television reached a new high in seeking new lows.
More than twelve hundred skeptics representing some twenty-four countries flocked here for the "20th birthday party" of CSICOP.
Last issue, we examined the once-difficult motion picture shot in which the camera dollies forward while zooming out...
Effects technology has made countless strides since Star Wars launched the revolution in 1977...
One of the best effects shots of the 1930s is a pilot's-eye view as his plane screamed over the New York skyline toward Kong...
What’s going on here? We're catching our eyes in the act of second-guessing the color of everything we see.