Some fun quick hits on a cloudy Friday.
- Two interesting articles on First Monday. A nice article on the relationship between using facebook and grades among college and graduate students and another on a genre based typology of blogs.
- An interesting back and forth (and back) between two veteran bloggers.
- I can't remember whether I've linked to the Digital Scholarship in the Humanities blog. This series on Digital Humanities in 2008 (I, II, III) is really good.
- Only Hesperia (with their flashy new address on the web: www.hesperia.org) can pull off a 58 page article on the road linking Corinth and the Argolid. That's well over a page a kilometer. Amazing. But it's a good article with lots of interesting topographic tidbits including another tower that I think is probably a farmstead.
- Lots of exciting reports on the Dumbarton Oaks Spring Symposium: Morea: The Land and Its People in the Aftermath of the Fourth Crusade.
- This is a lovely little church and it's "restoration" is sad and complicated. I simply love the 13th-14th century undomed (is that a word?) cross-in-square churches from the Argolid and Corinthia.
- Movies with Greek and Roman themes this summer from the Languages Department.
That's all for today and have a good weekend!