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Help With Explaining a Fill
#11
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.......test complete....

"I don't have an archaeological imagination.."
Borekickers
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#12
This would have to be something everyone would contribute to... a wiki (ish) type system. (can't stand wiki myself!) It is too complicated... but will look for an easy to update WYSIWYG system with image upload etc... could cost a bit to create and maintain (c. 50 quid a month is the cheapest I can find and thats just the basics). However I will look at this seriously.

I would also like to see a system for DC archs as well... so trowelmonkey... thanks for lurking and thanks for popping up to say hello.. plus come up with a real forward thinking idea. Smile

"I don't have an archaeological imagination.."
Borekickers
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#13
what about this lot?
http://www.wikiarc.org/Home
People could just start adding stuff to their site. Not sure if its organised for searching by geology, but surely navigation could be created.
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#14
I think Trowelmonkey has had a ruddy good idea. It'd certainly save the agony of choosing the person least likely to think you are a pillock when you have a daft question Wink

The thing which bugs me most about off-the-shelf books, though, is the fact that the bulk of the photos are black and white! Good for detail, but not great when you are trying to identify something in the first place! Pottery ID being the main example.

Even if nothing fancy is planned we could always post questions (and photos?) on here!
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#15
I like... why reinvent the wheel ... SHould we contact them and suggest integration of the suggestions under a BAJR banner... or would people like to edit and contribute personally?

"I don't have an archaeological imagination.."
Borekickers
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#16
Quote:quote:Originally posted by Oxbeast

what about this lot?
http://www.wikiarc.org/Home
People could just start adding stuff to their site. Not sure if its organised for searching by geology, but surely navigation could be created.

Hey, this is pretty good! It's a bit empty at the mo but if it's something which is ongoing it'll be good. Could do with a few more piccies, but there are some fab images of dental calculus! [:0]
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#17
blooooooag


"I don't have an archaeological imagination.."
Borekickers
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#18
Was that the hangover kicking in?
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#19
Still curious to hear people's opinion on copyright.

Angi, there's almost no such thing as a dafty questionSmile Every time you change site it's taking at least half a step back. I first picked up a trowel in the early nineties and am still asking wtf questions. For one thing it shows that you're interested and it's a great way to build up a professional rapport. It's fine to be known as the creepy-yet-lovable site pervert in the tea hut but even better if you gain a rep in the office as creepy-yet-lovable site pervert with a keen interest in actually understanding what you're doing (that makes it more likely that they'll invest time in you). That only happens by talking.
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#20
Quote:quote:Originally posted by trowelmonkey

It's fine to be known as the creepy-yet-lovable site pervert in the tea hut

How'd you know?!?! }Smile

Ha! Nope, I have no shame really and ask away as happy as Larry.... It's always sod's law that things are obvious when you have a) woken up/got over hangover or b) said it out loud in front of other people!
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