Ok wait, isn’t this Day of Archaeology 2014? It’s time to think about 2015 already?! Yes!…and 2016, 2017 … Read More →
Still hungover from the team spirit of The Heritage Jam, an archaeology hack-a-thon, Stuart Eve and Colleen Morgan decided to blog in dialogue for the Day of Archaeology. CM: I wasn’t sure what to expect. Sure, I knew the basic outlines of what a “Jam” should be in the tech/gaming world–everyone comes together to hack on … Read More →
Today I am at the Centre for Digital Heritage Summer School (CDH). It’s the second day of a training … Read More →
It’s funny how quickly time passes while studying time.
Two years ago, this weekend was spent with a laser scanner at the beach.
I’d finagled a mini-grant from the National Science Foundation for a project I like to call Sandcastles for Science, but whose full un-pronouncable name identified it as a project to test out laser scanning capabilities for handling the imaging resolutions of stratigraphic sediment on archaeological sites (see– even that was a mouthful). … Read More →
I am an archaeologist – a very tired archaeologist. My original completion date for my PhD was … Read More →