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Around the Archaeology Blog-o-sphere Digest #3

September 19, 2014

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Our third Archaeology Blog-0-sphere round-up. Hope you enjoy the reading. Blurb I am highlighting some of the other archeo-blogs out there but instead of focusing on the whole blog I am going to be collecting all their posts from the previous week . Also, I realise not everyone uses an RSS reader and some people might be […]

What an Independent Scotland would mean for Archaeology and Heritage.

September 15, 2014

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On September 18th the people of Scotland will vote on their independence from the United Kingdom, potentially becoming the oldest-newest independent nation in the world. Until last week the result of the referendum was predictable, the ‘Yes’ campaign (pro-independence) was heading for a shellacking. A few months ago some polls had the No Campaign, more correctly […]

Around the Archaeology Blog-o-sphere Digest #2

September 13, 2014

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Here is the second round of the Archaeology Blog-0-sphere round-up. Basically, I am highlighting some of the other archeo-blogs out there but instead of focusing on the whole blog I am going to be collecting all their posts from the last week . I realise not everyone uses an RSS reader and some people might […]

Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe 2014 – What it means to work in European Archaeology

September 11, 2014

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I am at the EAA conference in Istanbul. Today is a great session on the Disco Project (#letsdisco on twitter). It is a continental-wide project looking at the Archaeology working in Europe. Very interesting stuff on who, what, and where archaeologists are working, at least in Europe. It is being streamed live- (it is saved […]

Computer Applications in Archaeology UK Conference- Presentations, now in HD video

September 9, 2014

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A while ago, I recorded the presentations at the 2013 CAAUK (Computer Applications in Archaeology UK Chapter) conference hosted by L-P Archaeology in London. I recently upgrade both my video editing skills and software. Because of that I decided to re-edit the videos or as Disney likes to call it “digitally remastered”. Basically, cleaned up the […]

How Publishers Make Money by Losing Money: The Economics of Archaeology Publishing Part 2

September 8, 2014

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In my first post on the economics of book publishing I mentioned that many mass medias have a long tail model, most books “lose” money but a few make lots of money. With all these losses you might be wondering how publishers stay in business? The Art of Taxes Books are physical stock and physical […]

Around the Archaeology Blogosphere Digest #1

September 5, 2014

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Over a year ago I used to do a weekly post of other Archaeology Blogs worth following, highlighting some of the other archeo blogs out there. I would like to pick back up that tradition. However, instead of focusing on the whole blog I am going to be collecting all the posts from the last […]