Thanks to everybody who wrote or otherwise reached out to express their concern about us in light of Sunday's horrific weather and loss of life in Lee County, Alabama. We are fine.
Social media is a chaotic hellscape at present. I'm taking a break.
What if someone had made a recording of the Jewish children of Warsaw as they were rounded up by the Nazis and their enablers to be sent to their doom? And what if a copy of that recording had been distributed to a majority of German homes and heard by a majority of German adult citizens? Would history have turned out differently? Would their cries have been heard?
Uncorrected script for my presentation at the 19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology, Cologne/Bonn, 22 – 26 May 2018. Entitled "The Pleiadic gaze: Looking at archaeology from the perspective of a digital gazetteer," it was scheduled to be delivered on Saturday, 26 May 2018 in Panel 12.1 | Part 2: Classical Archaeology in a Digital World (The AIAC presidential panel).
TL;DR: Modify the post-related templates in your active theme to add the following to the
<head> element in each post:
<meta property="zotero:itemType" content="blogPost">
Also, make sure to define the
zotero namespace prefix for this property in the
prefix attribute on the
<html> element. The proper value is
Last month I spent some time in Heidelberg, Germany. While there, I participated in a meeting organized by the Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften, which was focused on an initiative dubbed "epigraphy.info." I also got the chance to visit the Kurpfälzisches Museum, which has a collection of Roman artifacts excavated from the area of Heidelberg. I hope to write one or more extended blog posts about the meeting, the museum, and epigraphy.info (perhaps for Current Epigraphy), but in the meantime I thought I'd share one of the inscriptions in the museum collection.
I noticed that posts on my blog don't capture smoothly into Zotero (i.e., I have to edit the records in Zotero after I capture them). So, I want to fix my theme so this is no longer a problem and then contribute that modified theme back to the Nikola community.
Step one (this post): look at some blogs and figure out which ones work well with Zotero and figure out why.