My dear friends Andrzej Koraszewski and Malgorzata Koraszewska, who previously did all the work on the Polish website Racjonalista (and who are owned by Hili, the the most famous cat in Poland), have left that site to start their own: “Listy z naszego sadu” (“Letters from our orchard”). It’s attractively laid out and will contain all the science pieces and articles on religion, rationalism, and atheism that were present at the old site. As a bonus, it will feature a much expanded presence of Hili, who was virtually absent on the old site.
Here’s a screenshot of part of the inaugural page, which went up today. Besides the diverse panoply of pieces, you’ll see seven—count them, seven—pictures of cats, including the lovely shot of Hili that adorns the masthead. Note as well the links to the Hili Dialogues.
Most readers here don’t understand Polish, but if you do, you’ll want to keep up with that site. Or, if you’re a reader in Poland, bookmark it. I’ll be over there in twelve days to work on my book and chill out a bit, so expect to see Professor Ceiling Cat in some Hili Dialogues.
And best of luck to Andrzej and Malgorzata in their new venture! With rationalism and cats (a natural pairing, like peanut butter and jelly), how can they lose?
And notice who is the chief editor (“redaktor naczelny”):