Thoughts and musings
More bad news for higher education
Computer says no…
On the nature of science and existence; a message to the hard of thinking regarding evolutionary theory
New directions in GIS
Stonehenge Visitor Centre RIP. Again.
It ain't all smelling of roses…
'Big Society' or 'Back to the Future'…?
Time for the apple to bite back…
The law is an ass…
Open all hours
Now we're getting somewhere!
There's green and then there's green…
Telecommunications fun and games
Public Access through technology; Using archaeological computing to interact with wider audiences in new and engaging ways
First spelling, then grammar, now content…?
Summer Solstice, 2009
Time's up for the Ordnance Survey…?
Secrets of Stonehenge
Twittering and twoaning…
Could do better…
KML comes of age
Copyright theft on a grand scale
The redwoods are felled, farewell to the shade…
Rollright; vandalised again
It’s all go at the local pile of prehistoric rocks!
Hmmm, where’s my bandwidth gone…?
How not to use Powerpoint
Awards for the Presentation of Heritage Research, 2007
American’s need maps…
How Stonehenge Might Have Been Built
3D Laser Scanning for Heritage: Advice and guidance to users on laser scanning in archaeology and architecture
Stonehenge world heritage status at risk as tunnel plan is shelved – Times Online
The Omid Djalili show
The return of Monkey
The wonders of social networking
The wonders of technology
24 hours of Flickr
Free our data: New study casts doubt on Ordnance Survey’s copyright control @ SocietyGuardian.co.uk
National Museums Liverpool Blog