A beautiful North Dakota early fall day is an ideal time for some varia and and quick hits.
- Mediterranean Palimpsest: A new blog on “Greek history, archaeology, and culture from antiquity to the present” by long-time PKAP collaborator and colleague (and fellow Richmond Spider) Dallas Deforest.
- All Road lead to Rome. A digital mock up of the Tabula Peutingeriana (h/t Sebastian Heath).
- Invisible Australians is an amazing digital history project. It is blogged at discontents. An the real face of White Australia is really cool.
- Ancient Lives. Crowd sourced papyrus transcription.
- More on Peirene from David Pettegrew (here’s my review).
- Amazing Athenian graffiti (h/t Kostis Kourelis).
- I am not sure that I understand this tumblr, but it also could be pretty awesome.
- More experimental digital humanities (h/t Kostis Kourelis).
- Fela Soul. I am not sure that this doesn’t work.
- Teaching Thursday. You need to digitize your workflow. Noon. Today. O’Kelly 207.
Cass Gilbert designed Great Northern Railroad depot in Grand Forks (1892).
Mavailable space, indeed.
What I’m listening to (more reggae): Peter Tosh, Equal Rights; Bob Marley African Herbman and some non-reggae Amon Tobin.
What I’m reading: Reading? Reading? We’re talking about READING?