At our last discussion meeting, the Skeptics touched on topics ranging from crime, evolution, free will and ethics.
Myself and others had mentioned seeing a few stories lately about offspring inheriting their parent's experiences, but I couldn't remember the exact details! (sometimes my short-term memory really fails me... an unfortunate trait for a Skeptic... haha)
This has been bouncing around Twitter a bit as of yesterday: Skeptcast. It's a great little resource for those looking for something to listen to. These podcasts are educational, entertaining, and skeptical! I'm already subscribed to a bunch of these, and I enjoy them immensely. Warning, you may LOL or cheer out loud at work while listening!
Counterknowledge looks like a cool skeptical book. The title is such a great word to describe pseudoscience and quackery. The blog for the book looks far more interesting and involved than the usual promotional sites for such books. I found this from the author of the Fallacy Files, an excellent resource devoted to a topic that all skeptics, and all people for that matter, should master.
Tip o' the martini glass to the Bad Astronomer who links to a great piece of writing by Allyson Beatrice at Cocktail Party Physics called "Skeptic Etiquette." It's an amusing and charming look at how a skeptic or non-believer can deal with their credulous friends and colleagues in a polite setting. After all, you might want to be a fun, friendly voice of reason, not that cranky old nay-sayer.
On a related note, Rebecca at Skepchick posts a link to Tim Minchin's "Storm" now on YouTube. It's a fun example of what you really might want to say at that dinner party with the credulous person. Warning: contains some curses, so don't play it with other people's kiddies around!