Browsing All posts tagged under »heritage sector«

Thursday Throwdown of Archaeology Blogs to Look At VIII

May 31, 2012


As usual, your weekly look at archaeologists or archaeology related blogs to follow. You can see last weeks here and a full list of great archaeology blogs here. After you take a look leave a comment letting me know which ones you found interesting, great, that you liked, etc.¬†AND nominate a blog not already on […]

Heritage Sector gets its own Crowd-Sourcing Funding Website: CommonSites

March 1, 2012


Thanks to Erik for pointing this out. While I just posted a little while ago about DigVentures move into crowd-sourcing it appears they are bigger developments in the area. A new website called CommonSites was launched on Feb. 20th to be a website dedicated to helping heritage projects raise funds. So far there are […]

Some Good News in the World of Heritage

August 3, 2011


Just got back from an event at the National Museum of Scotland in which the Museum staff informed us that since the new/old wing of the Main Museum in Edinburgh opened on Friday 100,000 people have visited. That is as of 4pm today. Not only that but the refurbished wing was delivered on time and […]