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A Connected Life (Mine)

In 2018, the majority of us are connected in some way or another, and by connected, I mean we are connected to technology and the Internet. 566 more words

Media

Homer's Tales and The Narrative Animal

Strabo, Geography 1.2.7-8

Homer tells precisely of not merely the neighboring lands and Greece itself—as Eratosthenes has claimed—but many other places farther afield too and he tells his myths better than those who followed him. 642 more words

Greek

Homer's Tales and The Narrative Animal

Strabo, Geography 1.2.7-8

Homer tells precisely of not merely the neighboring lands and Greece itself—as Eratosthenes has claimed—but many other places farther afield too and he tells his myths better than those who followed him. 641 more words

Greek

Wifi-less

I was born and raised in Gundagai, NSW. Gundagai is a small town along the Hume Highway- about halfway between Sydney and Melbourne, and has just under a thousand residents (mostly farmers). 513 more words

BCM241

Christmas Movies- an ethnographic anecdote

Christmas is a ritual in many Australian families- Christian or not.  It’s commonly seen more as a cultural and family tradition, rather than a religious celebration of the birth of Christ. 483 more words

BCM241

New initiatives at ContERN: Dictionary, self-archiving, and more

ContERN has kept a fairly low profile in recent years, but a lot is happening in the shadows. We are pleased to announce five exciting new developments and upcoming initiatives. 439 more words

Egil Asprem