Debunking, Blogging, and Public Outreach: Blogging Archaeology Carnival 2014!

Sadly, I won't be making the SAA's in Texas next year. Neither will my friend Doug over at Doug's Archaeology, but he came up with a great idea for those of us who can't make, something called a blogging carnival and he's hosting the first round of questions for November (Which is also Movember, so get to growing... Continue Reading →

The Loss of Aaron Swartz, the Need for Open Access, and a Comment on Depression.

Hey everybody! I know, it's Tuesday...I'm behind...yah...I'll get to fixing that. Before I do, I wanted to talk a little about Open Access and Aaron Swartz. There isn't a whole lot I can add to the discussion. What happened to Swartz, and what was going to happen to him was, in a word, horrible. It's horrible that... Continue Reading →

Obligatory Happy Post-Apocalyptic Greetings!

I'm pleased to see so many of us survived the Mayan Doom Day known far and wide as the day the Mayan Calender ended, and then nothing of note happened. I hope despite that disappointing climax we all managed to have a happy holiday and new year. I saw the New Year in with an excellent Roller Derby match, but our team rocks... Continue Reading →

The 10 Most Not-So-Puzzling Ancient Artifacts: Giant Stone Balls of Costa Rica

Here perhaps is the only true puzzler on the list. Probably not for the reasons you think, but it does give me a moment to explain why Context is so important in archaeology. Lets start with what we do know about the Balls. The earliest reports of the Balls began in the late 1800's, but... Continue Reading →

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