Archive | November 2014

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Free online archaeology course starting now

Coursera has a vast amount of interesting topics taught by some great lecturers and tutors. An archaeology course, which I think I have mentioned before, started again yesterday. This course is called “Recovering the Humankind’s Past and Saving the Universal Heritage” and can be accessed here. The course consists of the following sections: The recovery of […]

Archaeological drones

Drones are the new thing. They are being used for various purposes across the world. For example: Amazon has been doing research on using drones for delivery of Amazon packages, Drones have been used in Russia to deliver pizza, Drones have been used in South Africa to drop beer for people at the Oppikoppi music festival (I was […]


No, I am not talking about a seafood pie, which sounds like a terrible idea anyway. FishPi is a project aiming to develop an unmanned  marine vessel which  will cross the Atlantic taking scientific measurements. The idea is to use a Raspberry Pi to explore the marine world. I would go as far as to […]