I discovered this excellent article on openness in archaeology whilst considering copyright issues for the Newmarket Farm Dig documentation archive. I am a strong believer in such an approach – though not everyone agrees.
This is to test and compare the Open Source offline capable blog app. Blogilo with QTM. Blogilo has more features. And it works as well!
This is a post to test the Open Source offline capable blog app., QTM, which I have installed on my Ubuntu laptop. It works!
Here I am making public the dates of my forthcoming volunteer dig days! The next three days are: We work on site every Friday and Sunday, 10am-4pm, from April to December 2013. Volunteers and other visitors are most welcome. We meet at the Falmer Road Car Park, Woodingdean (just N of the junction with Bexhill […]
My 12 year old niece just told me her favourite word was ‘epic’ – which is what I am feeling right now! Managed to split the latest draft version of our book into manageable chunks and post them as a series of pages on this blog. I even included a couple of images. It is […]
Feeling frustrated that transferring our book to the blog is taking more time than I thought! But it is a big book – and growing. And I definitely think it is worth the effort. As soon as licencing (copyright) issues have been sorted out, figures will also be added. This includes maps and other illustrations. […]
Just downloaded WordPress for BlackBerry. Want to see if I can compose posts offline – so I thought I would write this!
In 1830, in the heart of the South Downs, a remote farm labourer’s cottage and barns was built. This blog records my efforts to discover some of its many stories.