So, a fellow computational archaeologist found my blog and got in touch with me. He does some pretty cool stuff in his digital archaeology company called Diachronic Design, so I feel it would be good to share it with all of you. Go check out his website, it offers:
There is also a blog you can follow to find out more about software for archaeology, news about digital archaeology and ideas about the subject.
Diachronic Design also offers freelance services to develop various kinds of archaeological applications. So if you, an archaeologist, need some software this company may be a good place to start.
If you want to follow the company on twitter use: @