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 →

Homeless Snake Goddesses, Virgin Hairstyles, and Ancient Fire

Not going to lie, Stats class is going to seriously hurt me, and I'm not having a fun time trying to track down my own articles for the readings class. But that's what you get when you try to be clever right? Because my school load is so demanding, I thought I'd cheer myself up with some nice freindly articles about... Continue Reading →

Weekly Archaeology Round-Up

Apparently people like weekly round-ups of the highlights of my week, which unfortunately for you, mostly revolves around study, eating, working, and sleeping. However  I do manage to read and watch a few things, so in the spirit of the round-up, I will share them here with you. Enjoy! Current books I am reading: I have managed to squeeze... Continue Reading →

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