The leaves are falling from the trees, we had an apple pie, the heart of the college footballing season is upon us, and grant applications and letters of recommendation are piling up.
It’s really fall now.
As you enjoy some hot cider while listening to your favorite Bob Dylan album, please enjoy these quick hits and varia:
- The liberation of Corinth in 1944.
- Aristophanes on the Election.
- Byzantine Times.
- Some more attention for Shawn Graham’s distant reading of Mobilizing the Past.
- Civil War bombs.
- It turns out that we all live in a simulation.
- Changes at Historical Archaeology.
- Thoughts on word processing.
- Oral Tradition on Bob Dylan (and the Nobel Prize) from 2007.
- Danny MacAskill’s Day Out.
- Bizarre map of alt music history.
- Against Everything (check out the podcast and the book).
- Dial-up lament.
- Making enamel dials for watches.
- This is happening.
- KEF LS50 Wireless.
- What I’m reading: Kate Eichorn, Adjusted Margins: Xerography, Art, and Activism in the Late 20th Century. MIT Press 2016.
- What I’m listening to: Hiss Golden Messenger, Heart Like A Levee.