Every September Apple releases at least the new iPhone for the year. Sometimes, like this year, they release a bit more. Today Chris gives you an update on the new Watch, iPhones, and iPad. This isn’t just an Apple fan-boy perspective but a look at what the new upgrades can do for archaeology and fieldwork.
Michael Ashley, founder of Codifi, joins this episode to talk about all the new things coming from this company. Chris Webster and Christopher Sims announce their involvement with Codifi, and the whole crew talks about doing better digital archaeology and going completely paperless.
- CRM Archaeology Podcast: Live from GBAC 2016
- Codifi Ideas Portal
- Codifi on Facebook
Contact the Hosts
- Chris Webster - @archeowebby (Twitter and Snapchat)
- Chris Sims - @godigahole (Twitter and Instagram)
- Email: email@example.com
On July 25, Chris Webster gave a talk in San Diego and the monthly meeting of the San Diego County Archaeological Society. The talk was titles, "CRM Archaeology in the 21st Century". Here is the abstract:
Field sciences are changing on an almost daily basis. Technology is being incorporated into every facet of our personal and professional lives. Archaeology has historically been on the backside of the technology curve as new ideas are adopted by other fields. How can we
bring CRM Archaeology into the 21st century without breaking the bank and the budget? Can technology be incorporated into fieldwork simply and easily? Absolutely. By using robust tablets and existing third party applications, firms can increase productivity, reduce waste, and improve the quality of life for their employees.