While I rarely like to send out non job related postings, this one
caught my eye because I believe this is a great step in the right
direction for the SAA's to take with their new online journal
E-tiquity. This is following in the footsteps of some fantastic online
UK resources like the, formerly free, Internet Archaeology at
(pity - I miss the go-go early 90's of Mosaic 1.0
when everything on the 'net was free...). Check out e-tiquity for free
below, and more importantly, contribute to make this resource grow and
be useful to us all - and encourage them to keep this free.
Off subject - Happy Belated Birthday to Jim Strait. Jim is a good
friend and was a founding member of the Uark pocket_gophers group which
was the springboard for the start of Shovelbums.org. If you are in the
field with him in Montana do me a favor and buy him his favorite drink
for me and wish him a happy one.
Begin forwarded message:
> From: "Bette Fawley" <Bette_Fawley@...>
> Date: Thu Oct 31, 2002 01:18:41 PM US/Pacific
> To: rjoe@...
> Subject: E-tiquity - from SAA !
> E-tiquity is here! Please go to http://e-tiquity.saa.org to view our
> first issue.
> Now, let me tell you a little about E-tiquity. It is a peer-reviewed,
> serial provided free to both SAA members and non-members through
> SAAweb. Each
> issue will contain a single scholarly contribution. The series' highly
> digital format encourages innovative presentation of archaeological
> data and
> E-tiquity is not intended to be an electronic version of a print
> but a venue for archaeological scholarship that is difficult to
> disseminate in
> traditional hardcopy formats. SAA sponsorship insures that this online
> will remain "in print" for future generations. And E-tiquity's online
> makes it easily accessible by students, the public, and archaeologists
> The first publication is "Ground-penetrating Radar (GPR) Mapping as a
> for Planning Excavation Strategies, Petra, Jordan" by Larry Conyers,
> Eileen Ernenwein,
> and Leigh-Ann Bedal. It features a wealth of full-color photos, in a
> format designed
> for both rapid perusal and in-depth examination.
> Is this what Guttenberg had in mind? Let us know what you think.
> E-tiquity is
> actively seeking submissions. For more information, contact
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