Monday, December 28, 2009

2010: The Year of Turquoise. That's what Pantone says, anyway. (I am kind of hoping they're wrong. It looks like a sickly shade of turquoise to me.)

As we get to the end of the year, the reviews and awards begin. National Geographic shows the photos of the year, and Regret the Error tallies up 2009's most regrettable mistakes in journalism. (Lots more of this sort of thing as the week goes on!)

Did you know that there are daily metal haikus on Twitter? Now you do!

And finally, something for Cassandra, who like me is working all week: the top hoaxes and forgeries in archaeology.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oooooo!!!! I love the hoaxes and forgeries in archaelogy link. Hoaxes and forgeries run amok, don't they? They leave trails slippery with the bloody entrails of knowledge, tripping up those who seek the truth.

These unsavory instances are not unique to the the world of acrhaeology, sadly. WHY!>!?!?!?!?!!? I've asked it before, and I'll ask it again, WHYWHYWHYWHY?!?!?!?! (haha!)

Thanks for the links! It's going to a long day. A very long day...