[open-archaeology] Dig the new breed: how open approaches can empower archaeologists (OKCON 2010 presentation by Antony Beck)

Anthony Beck ant.beck at gmail.com
Wed Apr 28 18:57:58 UTC 2010

Hi Steko,

Thanks for this and apologies for not doing this myself!

It was a very good event: I enjoyed it immensely. If you want to catch up on
the proceedings then the slides will be made available at some point (I'm
sure one of us will post where). There was also a community pirate pad:

<http://piratepad.net/kDyWnVVfrn>My mindmap is available at:
http://antarch.sytes.net/BeckWiki/index.php/OKcon2010 (be warned very flaky
home server: in need of sending to the great server in the sky - so could be
up or could be down). I've also attached it. You'll need freemind to open it



On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 6:38 PM, Stefano Costa <stefano.costa at okfn.org>wrote:

> http://www.slideshare.net/DARTProject/arb-ok-cconpresentation240410
> Dear all,
> at the above link you find the presentation that Antony Beck did at
> OKCON 2010 last week, entitled "Dig the new breed: how open approaches
> can empower archaeologists". I wasn't there but 2.0 coverage of the
> conference has been very positive so I'd love to get an idea of the
> audience, other interesting talks wrt our Working Group, etc ...
> Thanks Antony,
> steko
> --
> Stefano Costa
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