It’s finally Friday and despite this being a short week, it somehow feels like the longest week in the semester. But the weekend is near and with it the chance to catch up on a little sleep, get some reading done, start on a top sekrit project, and unwind a bit. Tomorrow is scheduled to be downright balmy with high temperatures in the 20s. The dogs will get a chance to enjoy a long walk.
As I contemplate what it must be like to live in a place where the temperatures are closer to 0 Celsius than 0 Fahrenheit, I’ll leave you with this little gaggle of quick hits and varia:
- Some thoughts on the future of Classics and archaeology.
- The Greek Village.
- Conversations in Critical Cultural Heritage.
- Cyprus and Central Place Theory.
- A Virtual Reality App that Reconstructs Ancient Rome May Have Exploited Its Developers.
- Roman Water.
- Weather on Mars.
- Chronoscope 126.
- Travels through the internet.
- What I’m reading: Ben Jervis, Assemblage Thought and Archaeology. (2018).
- What I’m listening to: XamVolo, All The Sweetness On The Surface.