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I stumbled across this link a few days ago: archaeologywordsmith is a page with some kind of archaeology dictionary – so if you ever wanted to read about trowels, ditches, mottes and a gazillion other things, you can do that … Continue reading

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If you are interested in medieval material culture, you will surely have heard about the IMAREAL – an Austrian institute that did a lot of research and made a lot of publications about that topic. The IMAREAL also includes several … Continue reading

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For those who have not found out about it yet, it is Open Access week this week! Open Access is a model of publishing that aims to remove the paywall barrier to research knowledge – by granting open access to … Continue reading

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Recently, Gina of Gina-B Silkworks posted this really helpful instruction on how to unwind a (small) skein of yarn with no reel and no helper – and no tangles. And today, while preparing for my London visit, I stumbled across … Continue reading

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… a textile conservator? Then this webpage might be interesting for you – it lists possibilities to learn textile conservation, plus quite a few other things (like where you can find a conservator in the US if you need one). … Continue reading

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Today’s blog is a short one, since you will probably want to spend your online time somewhere else: The Walters Art Museum has a new database online – under a creative commons license. Their collection database can thus be browsed … Continue reading

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I’ve been on Facebook and LinkedIn and Xing for quite some time now, and yesterday I finally joined academia.edu. I’m not sure anymore why I did not go there and sign up when I first heard about it, but probably … Continue reading

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