I don’t think so. Was very busy composing a new Car Lust post which should go up next week. May or may not be interesting to y’all. It’s not a. . .traditional car.
Well, okay, I also spent most of the afternoon hanging out with a hot babe friend of mine. And best friend outside of the ArchaeoWife. No tweets of nekkididty though.
Today I am happily ensconced in my office listening to my new/old toy: I hooked up our old DVD player to my vintage stereo system. I’d had just my old turntable, amp, and tuner hooked up, but. . . .eh, radio and LPs are getting a little old. I was thinking about getting a used CD player or something, but then I remembered we had an old (as in only a few years actually) DVD player sitting downstairs because I’d upgraded to Blu-Ray. I hadn’t actually thought that it would play CDs, although apparently nearly all of them do, and this one even says on the front that it plays CDs and MP3s and junk. It is now hooked up and playing a Best of America CD. . . .that I downloaded on iTunes and burned to CD! Damn you all, I am NOT a Luddite despite my love for vintage stuff!
In other news, the History of Archaeology Interest Group newsletter is out. I think this is for all comers, but maybe only for members. Also try the Archaeological Record’s site and see if you can view the latest edition. I’ve only skimmed through it yet, but am definitely looking forward to this one.