There are a number of online resources through which The Skeptic Magazine and Skeptics in the Pub publish updates about events and news about topics of general sceptical interest. The resources below are the primary locations from which this information may be found.
The Skeptic Digest is written by Mark Williams and e-mailed quarterly alongside published issues of The Skeptic; there may be occasional additional mailings. It contains information about the features and articles published in each issue, in addition to updates concerning the magazine and website.
The network is an e-mail list run by Skeptic Magazine co-editor and psychologist Chris French for anyone, both national and international, with a serious interest in the psychology of the paranormal. Both believers and non-believers are welcome to join the list, though it does have a sceptical leaning.
The main aims of the list are to alert members to forthcoming events of interest and to facilitate collaborative research efforts.
Subscribers to the Skeptics in the Pub mailing list will receive a reminder before each Skeptics in the Pub meeting. London Skeptics in the Pub meets (usually) once every month starting at 7pm-ish at The Monarch Bar, Chalk Farm, London, NW1 8BG. For more information visit http://london.skepticsinthepub.org.
Social networking / RSS resources:
It may be helpful to note that although a number of RSS feeds are available, they have been aggregated into a single but developmental, feed here:
The Skeptic Magazine:
News blog: http://skeptic.org.uk/news/
Twitter account: http://twitter.com/TheSkepticMag