Some quick hits on a cold and blustery Friday morning:
- Hawth's Tools and Doc Savage's ReprojectMe! are becoming more and more important tools in my GIS tool kit. Both are great boons to any archaeological GIS work.
- Teaching Thursday this week garnered an almost record number of hits. Check it out. And if you're at the University of North Dakota and have something to say... drop me a line!
- I am beginning work again on digitizing the results of the Ohio Boeotia Project (1979-1982) around the town of Thisbe in Boeotia (oddly enough). I am writing this blog to avoid commencing with data entry.
- This is a week late, but Technorati's State of the Blogosphere 2009, came out. Academic bloggers feature almost not at all. So much for being important.
- PKAP Alumna makes good. This is a nice article about Sara Fortnam's continued involvement in the Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project.
- This is either super strange or transcendently wonderful: Cry for Byzantium. You can follow the 5th century A.D. via a Twitter feed. As of now, it has 172 followers, which is pretty good!
- This is a follow up. You can now own a piece of history: a motorized La-Z-Boy used by a Minnesota drunk driver.
- Be sure to cheer on the Phillies tomorrow night.
That's all for today because I have to get onto data entry!