Browsing the blog archives for June, 2011

Archaeology, Context, and the Pinellas Post Office

A new mailbag is stiff, unyielding. When it has knocked about the world, had the starch taken out of it and its weak places discovered, it grows pliable, gives when it can’t force its way and is now prepared to do business successfully. Like a human being, the mailbag has had its experience. – New […]

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Disconnect from Definitions: Archaeology and Historic Preservation by Rae Harper

I am not communicating well lately, which is painful since the majority of my job hinges on my ability to communicate. Another stumbling block seems to be my passion for my job. Where passion generally helps move a cause along, sometimes it comes at you like a bulldozer – making people feel more attacked than […]

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