On today's episode Chris Webster is joined by Richie Cruz - a long-time Reno CRM Archaeologist and Technophile. We talk about the Apple World Wide Developers Conference that took place in the beginning of June, 2017. What did they release, what can it do, and why should you care?
On today's episode we talk about whether you should wear headphones in the field. And, if you do, what you should wear! We even include a few gear reviews for you, including the Apple AirPods - quite possibly the best field headphones (Webster's opinion). As always, ask your company's representative about their headphone policy before you decide to use them.
On today's episode we talk to Dr. Doug Scott about his team's experiments with historic firearms. They conducted live fire exercises to determine a number of things about the historic weapons and tried to link those results back to the archaeological record, not only to determine the accuracy of the historical record, but, to determine the accuracy of archaeological interpretations.
- Report: Colonial Era Firearm Bullet Performance: A Live Fire Experimental Study for Archaeological Interpretation
- Academia.edu version: Colonial Era Firearm Bullet Performance: A Live Fire Experimental Study for Archaeological Interpretation
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On today's episode we welcome back Chris Cameron of Field Technologies, Inc. to talk about his latest project - an app that will identify a projectile point from a photograph. This is pretty exciting work and could make some waves across the country as we start to analyze points across the continent rather than in our own small areas.
- ArchaeoTech Episode 8 with Chris Cameron
- Plant Net
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On today's episode we talk about the science behind the reported discovery of a 130,000 year old mastodon near San Diego, California. Why is science literacy important? What can we learn from the reactions of others? And, what makes the Nature Letter compelling?
- Go Dig A Hole Episode about the March For Science
- 130k-Year-Old Arch Site with Dr. Steven Holen