I’m still in snowy Boulder enjoying warm hospitality despite the low temperatures. I am always impressed by mountains, even if people tell me that they’re just really nice hills.
My hectic week has impinged a bit on quantity of varia at my disposal, but I still mustered a nice little list, I think, to keep my loyal readers entertained over the weekend:
- Student-sourced project on Roman amphitheaters.
- Anthony Kaldelis on Laonikos Chalkokondyles.
- Time and objects after conflict on Cyprus.
- Another nice collection of Athenian street art.
- This is a lot of money for a 30 year old Atari game found in a landfill in New Mexico.
- You play an archaeologist…
- A thoughtful response to my post on the academic economies.
- Against productivity.
- The end of the line for Ned Kelly.
- Books that changed you mind.
- Fugazi’s first demo.
- How are articles like this still being written? Really lecture is dead.
- Sorgatz writes the history of inventing new media.
- 264 is a lot of runs.
- What I’m reading: J. Urry and J. Larson, The Tourist Gaze 3.0. Los Angeles 2011.
- What I’m listening to: The Who, The Who Sells Out.
Blanket and Elephant