Before we move on to the quick hits and varia, a reminder to come down to the corner of Walnut St. and S 5th in Grand Forks tomorrow morning around 11:30 to see the hanging of the mural designed by Joel Jonientz.
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- I think this is called a day late and a dollar short.
- Thessaloniki’s White Tower in 3D.
- R.I.P. Loukanikos.
- Crowdfunding archaeology. I blogged on this a while back.
- This is a better review of Ifantidis, Archæographies: Excavating Neolithic Dispiliothan mine.
- The village of Nestani is important for fracking in North Dakota.
- This is a nice tweet.
- What would punk public archaeology look like?
- Graffiti and street art.
- A review of the rough cut of Atari: Game Over.
- Space archaeology.
- Worley on the value of literature in the academy.
- Preventing the digital landfill.
- How to make tea properly. NOTICE MILK FIRST.
- The Intersection Journal. Some nice photos.
- Once everything was much better in the future.
- There’s a dark side to the oil boom?
- This is interesting.
- I like the idea of Vinnie Rossi’s LIO. This is high end stereo stuff made relatively affordable. A while back when I was looking for a new integrated amp for my system, I emailed Red Wine Audio which is Vinnie Rossi’s company. Rossi himself responded to my email personally and answered my questions. That’s cool.
- What I’m reading: A. Prud’homme, Hydrofracking: What Everyone Needs to Know. Oxford 2014.
- What I’m listening to: Underworld, Dubnobasswithmyheadman; The Vaselines, V for Vaselines.
Milo, reflecting on his life of privilege,
after hearing about Loukanikos death.