End of the Week

At last it is the end of the week. For some reason this week seemed to go on forever and it was only 4 days long, I can’t imagine what next week will feel like. The other thing I realized tonite was that I am in the wrong profession – we looked at aluminum baseball bats for my son and I was stunned by the cost, which can run into the hundreds. Things have changed a lot since I was a kid, but that was a long time ago, unfortunately.

My colleagues have been a bit slow to take my Digital History pre-test, so far only 1 has had a chance to complete it. (If any of them actually read this – please take the test). I know that they have been busy, but I will begin pestering them next week about it, and trust me I can be a pest. I was quite pleased to receive an email from Sebastian Heath who offered to take the test to help me out. So, following up on his generosity, I was hoping that there might be others out there who would be willing to take the pre-test. It takes about 10-15 minutes to take and I would be very grateful.

Speaking of Sebastian Heath, he mentioned in his blog (Mediterranean Ceramics) last Saturday that:

This got me thinking about our PKAP data and the various issues we have to come to a decision on in the near future, but it is late, so more on this later.


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