I finally feel like I’m getting into the groove of the semester and good things are falling into place. And with college football starting, the Formula 1 championship getting interesting, and baseball falling to it traditional September rhythm, it feels like fall semester.
Next week will be a bit hectic for me with some travel, but I hope to have at least a few updates on the blog.
I do have on favor to ask, in the meantime, if you’re on The Twitters and like my other little venture, The Digital Press at the University of North Dakota, can you go and follow us on Twitter?
For now (over the long weekend for my American readers), here are some quick hits and varia:
- Some translated Linear B from Dimitri Nakassis.
- Illustrating the Byzantine Empire.
- Lasers in Athens.
- Highway to Hades.
- The Public and the Patriarch.
- A review of Jerusalem and Rome at the Museum of the Bible.
- Diversifying Classics and Polychromatic Landscapes.
- The Smile Economy in the Teaching Machine.
- ICYMI: The Beast in the LARB
- Check out The Disconnect.
- North Dakota Petroleum Council is producing a history of oil in ND.
- Klipsch Heresy III speakers.
- What I’m reading: David E Nye and Sarah Elkind, The Anti-Landscape. (Amsterdam 2014).
- What I’m listening to: Leon Bridges, Good Thing.