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 →

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K. Kris Hirst – All About Archaeology.

It's International Women's Day today, and I thought that to celebrate I would bring you the first Women in Archaeology post about a living woman!  K. Kris Hirst was kind enough to let me interview her, and I know she's busy, so this was extra nice of her. Hirst is a content provider over at About.com, where she writes the Archaeology section of the site, and... Continue Reading →

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