I’m on my way to Minot State University even as we speak to celebrate the release of Micah Bloom’s Codex. If you haven’t downloaded it, you really should. It’s spectacular.
If you have downloaded it and want more to read, go and check out this little gaggle of quick hits and varia:
- A little Halloween from Dumbarton Oaks.
- Some cool feedback to the Digital Humanities Bust (paywalled like a chump).
- Dogs and Sheep.
- Homer and blindness (and Borges).
- Ethics and Archaeogaming.
- Gilgamesh in Sumerian. (Is this a thing?)
- Looted Podcast.
- Support Eidolon.
- Think like a Mountain.
- NDSU Press has a blog.
- Indianapolis Stratigraphy.
- Defining the Dive Bar.
- This is unfortunate.
- Robinson’s History of North Dakota for free.
- There’s this (thank you Cold Chisel).
- I like this watch.
- What I’m reading: J.R. McNeill and Peter Engelke, The Great Acceleration: An Environmental History of the Anthropocene since 1945. 2016.
- What I’m listening to: THIS.
- What I’m really listening to: Takuya Kuroda, Rising Son.
I’ll just wait here until the pack gets back together.
(It’s as easy as fallin’ of a log, Milo is really the Chicken DOG!)