There are a lot of options out there and no standard answer to the question, "What do you use to record digitally in the field?" Fortunately, Chris and Paul have some experience with this and Chris has worked on two apps for site recording in the field. We talk about the progression from fillable PDFs all the way to custom applications on today's episode. This is good material even if you're already recording in the field.
It's Drone time again! This is such a rapidly changing space that we have to cover it every now and again. And, many people ask me how to get into it and how to learn to fly. We cover all that in this episode. What do you learn on? What's more important for a trainer, camera or control? When should you upgrade?
- Arch Aerial
- Drone Forum: DroneFlyers.com
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On today's show we talk to lawyer and author, Joshua Fairfield about his new book, "Owned", from Cambridge University Press. Who owns your digital property? You? The developers? The people licensing you the material? More importantly for archaeology, who owns the digital past? We have a fascinating discussion with Joshua about these and other topics related to digital ownership.
- Owned: Property, Privacy, and the New Digital Serfdom, by Joshua A.T. Fairfield.
- PDF Press Release
- Josh on Twitter: @JoshFairfield
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That's right. Will your *.DOC file still be readable in 10 years? What's a CSV file and how can you use it? On this show, we talk about the most common file formats for photographs, documents, and a few others.
We've all worked in crazy weather. But, in the days of tablets and smartphones, what do you do when it snows, rains, or the sun is just REALLY bright? Well, sometimes there isn't much you can do. There are some things you can do, and some things you can use, that actually make it all work. Most of the time.