Here are some relevant sites that some participants may not have yet seen:
Planet Atheism (PA) is an aggregator of atheism-related blogs. At any time, Planet Atheism shows the most recent twenty or so posts from its member blogs, in chronological order.
This atheist wiki (user-edited resource) provides information on Christian apologetics and counter-apologetics to counter the glut of misinformation and poor arguments which masquerade as “evidence” for religious claims. The name is drawn from the book of Judges: “And the LORD was with Judah; and he drave out the inhabitants of the mountain; but could not drive out the inhabitants of the valley, because they had chariots of iron.”
The Skeptic’s Dictionary features definitions, arguments, and essays on occult topics ranging from acupuncture to zombies, and provides a lively, commonsense trove of detailed information on things supernatural, paranormal, or pseudoscientific.
The Blog and Forums pages for Hemant Mehta, “the eBay atheist.” Even though he is an atheist, he offered to go to church as directed by the highest eBay bidder. His experiences attending church are documented in his book entitled I sold my soul on eBay. The Blog continues as a dialog between him and the eventual high bidder, an incredibly open minded Christian named Mike Clawson.
A wonderful compilation of unique, comic drawings, videos, and articles, complete with several series appropriate for the atheist funny pages.
A web-based atheist community, complete with a forum for atheist parents or parent-hopefuls and articles gathered from various sources and submitted by community members.
This site contains Darwin’s complete publications, thousands of handwritten manuscripts and the largest Darwin bibliography and manuscript catalogue ever published; also hundreds of supplementary works: biographies, obituaries, reviews, reference works and more. Many of Darwin’s writings are also available for download in MP3 format.