Well, this is a first; I’ve been featured on someone else’s blog! It’s not massive, just a little career interview on Archaeology Resource.
You can find the website here.
I have come to the conclusion that Thesaurus was in fact the big daddy of the dinosaur world – a Mafia boss of sorts – and actually has nothing to do with synonyms what-so-ever.
I took a couple of weeks off over the festive season and as such haven’t added anything to the blog over that time!
As my first post of 2013 I thought I should wish you all a very belated ‘Happy New Year’ followed by a “hope you all ate lots and had a jolly good time” comment!
All the best for the year ahead!
Tomorrow I will be embarking on a six and a half hour train journey to Liverpool! I’m heading up north (ish) to attend the TAG (Theoretical Archaeology Group) 2012 (
) conference. This year’s event will be investigating ‘Live Archaeology’; how do we present archaeology to the public? To what extent does archaeology utilise the media? What is the importance of community archaeology? Hopefully these questions and more will be answered by the end of the conference on Wednesday!
I am planning to publish some posts about the sessions I attend in order to give an insight into the world of archaeological conference!
Imagine my surprise as I walked into work to spot penguins hiding in various places around the office.
Where have all the spoons gone?!
What happens in an office?