Some Friday quick hits amidst the flurries of an early spring snow.
- Some great stuff at both Corinthian Matters and Paperless Archaeology. I have blog envy!
- Opera 11 is out.
- Colleen Morgan is getting the ball rolling on the Blogging Archaeology panel at the SAA meetings. Shawn Graham has responded with some good reflections on blogging and the group blog in particular over at Electric Archaeology. Michael Smith chimes in at Publishing Archaeology, and Terry Brock adds more over at Dirt.
- Amanda Hocking’s publishing career is pretty remarkable.
- The University of North Dakota’s Graduate School’s Scholarly Forum celebrates its 10 Anniversary next week. Check out an interview with Dean Joseph Benoit.
- Oh Canada!!! So close! And to think that I thought this would be a good match!
- What I am listening too: Radiohead, The King of Limbs and Cut Copy Zonoscope.
- What I’m reading: Fernand Braudel, The Structures of Everyday Life: Civilization and Capitalism 15th-18th Century. New York 1981.