Busy, Busy, Busy

Busy beeI hadn’t real­ised how long it had been since I’d pos­ted here. It feels like I’ve been blog­ging most days, but it’s not been here. At AoBBlog there’s a few posts most recently Love and Flowers: When ana­lo­gies break down and a photo of a Wollemi Pine, a strange and inter­est­ing tree.

At Then Dig the Distance theme has run its course, and now we’re into Tools, cur­ated by Terry Brock. I’ve blogged a fair amount there. You can see what I’ve been doing on my author page. Archaeoastronomy-wise there’s a review of African Cultural Astronomy by Jarita Holbrook.

I’m chan­ging this site (again) to a more tumb­log style. I’ll see if it works. The prob­lem is I change sites to as I work now. But the way I work changes, so often chan­ging a site simply means it’s behind the times in a dif­fer­ent way.

I’ll see how it goes.

Photo: Busy Bee by JarrkoS. BY-NC-SA licence.


When he's not tired, fixing his car or caught in train delays, Alun Salt works part-time for the Annals of Botany weblog. His PhD was in ancient science at the University of Leicester, but he doesn't know Richard III.