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156 Sqn RAF - a 15% chance of survival!

Due to high losses, 156 sqn became known as the ‘chop’ squadron and consequently,  morale fell. With a 15%  chance of survival, morale continued to be an issue and the station was stood down for a short period. 40 more words

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Computer Science Colloquium: Three Perspectives on Multidisciplinary Collaboration in the ImmersiveGame Development Studio

Wednesday, October 29, 2014, 3:00 PM, LB 125

Three Perspectives on Multidisciplinary Collaboration in the ImmersiveGame Development Studio

Charlie Ecenbarger, TCOM / Digital Storytelling
Paul Gestwicki, Computer Science… 166 more words

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'A long, strange trip' - One year of Darkage-ology

So it turns out I missed my own blog’s first birthday. This is why I should never have children.

I gave birth to Darkage-ology a little over a year ago. 757 more words

The spectre of materialisation

To archaeologists and anthropologists ‘materialisation’ is the embedding of an abstract meaning into a solid, physical thing (see DeMarrais et al 1996).  A wedding ring might be seen as the materialisation of romantic sentiment or legal binding.   669 more words

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Sacred Scrolls

One day in the winter of 1947, a shepherd in the desert near the Dead Sea threw a rock.  Happens every day, right?  Maybe, but God had a unique plan for this shepherd-thrown rock.  267 more words

Clue Of The Week

Spooky Spotlight – The Witching hour

Welcome to a week of Spooky Spotlights! To celebrate Halloween we will be delving into the Museum’s collections and putting the spotlight on the terrifyingly gruesome & frighteningly peculiar objects that lurk in the stores… 159 more words