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.