This video was linked from a video I posted for class…my little schtick about ‘chapter 3’ seemed very underwhelming compared to the energy these teachers show.
As mentioned in a previous post, we are trying some different things now that we have a decade behind us. We have been using a more conversational long format for the last few posts, for instance.
Since we had to take a week off due to travel, we are going to continue the trend and release a podcast every other week. I am not sure how long this is going to last since I am already wondering why my weekend schedule is odd (not editing).
These are all exploratory variations from our norm to figure out where we want to go/what we want to be moving forward. If you have any thoughts on our current trials or suggestions of what we might try please let us know!
With our (Sue and my) trip to Greece, we are going to be late this week or we may skip the week and pick up again next weekend. We have had a great time at the Digital Technologies for Cultural Heritage and Tourism summer school offered by the University of the Aegean, in fact Sue is giving her last lecture of the field school as I type. If you are interested in digital archaeology it is a field school you may want to look into for next summer. It is an introductory level course, but as you can see from the program linked above, it covers a variety of topics.
Have a good week!
A VerySpatial Podcast
Shownotes – Episode 523
26 July 2015
This week we celebrate our 10th anniversary! We chat about some of the topics that have resonated with us over the last decade and offer some thoughts on what the next ten years might bring.
So, our first blog post went up on 12 July, 2005 and our first full podcast went up on 24 July 2005. I think I will just go with silent reflection instead of long post. However, since we aren’t recording Episode 523 until Saturday morning, we may reflect less silently then…who knows.