As the Hurricane Matthew makes landfall in Florida, it seem petty to comment on the onset of autumn here in Grand Forks. The leaves have changed and are starting the fall, and I’m writing this post from beside the fireplace, but my thoughts are with the coasts of Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina.
If you’re looking for reading this weekend, then please do enjoy this list of quick hits and varia, but also check out our sneak peek of Mobilizing the Past for a Digital Future: The Potential of Digital Archaeology which will appear very soon from The Digital Press at the University of North Dakota.
- Digital Eleon in 3D!
- Greek police break up looting gang.
- More on Studies in Late Antiquity from its founding editor.
- The preliminary academic program for the Archaeological Institute of America’s Annual Meeting.
- Sunoikisis Digital Archaeology and History program on YouTube.
- Palmyra and the Political History of Archaeology in Syria.
- Why a university press is a good investment.
- Tracing Displacement and Shelter at the MoMA.
- Goin’ North: Stories from the First Great Migration to Philadelphia.
- Typewriters in Milwaukee.
- The Objects of New York.
- 50 albums that are musical and sonic icons from Bowers and Wilkins.
- Georgetown is rejecting the use of analytics to evaluate faculty.
- Wilson’s WAMM.
- Information is beautiful awards.
- What I’m reading: Philip K. Dick, UBIK (1969); – , VALIS (1981); -, Time Out of Joint (1959).
- What I’m listening to: Frank Sinatra and Antonio Carlos Jobim, Sinatra/Jobim; Roy Orbinson, Sings Lonely and Blue; Bon Iver, 22, A Million.
We’ll just wait here until you come home.