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Ishi the last Yahi: a documentary history.

Many thanks to Elizabeth Healey for lending me two really interesting texts. This post is about one of these, the above book which as the sub title indicates, documents the recorded aspects of Ishi’s life. 424 more words

Experimental Archaeology

Making an 'Ishi' type pressure flaker.

Ishi was a Native American from who much of our understanding of the practicalities of pressure flaking has been gleaned. Within our twice weekly knapping sessions Nick Overton has raised the bar by introducing the use of soft iron nail pressure flakers, similar to those used by Ishi. 280 more words

Experimental Archaeology

#Haiku about #Clouds

Billowing clouds;
An ant climbs
Onto the ink-stone

Kumo no mine
suzuri ni ari no
nobori keri

Nuages s’amoncelant;
Une fourmi grimpe
sur la pierre à encre.


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Actually, Bulletstorm Is An Excellent Shooter

(Source: kotaku.com)

Bulletstorm was one of the best games of the last generation, tragically ignored because of an awful marketing campaign, an even worse PC port, and the fact that EA wanted audiences to spend $60 for a seven-hour campaign, which is a steep price by any metric. 2,994 more words


Recap: Natural Hair and Health Expo 2017

The sights and sounds of the Natural Hair and Health Expo 2017 (NHHE) are now a memory, but like your favorite hairstyle from the 80s, it’s one which won’t soon be forgotten. 363 more words

Randomly On Purpose


by Petrice Douglas

The Suffers at House of Blues in Houston – photo by JoBrea Neal

The beginning acts were too good for me not to give attention to in this review. 580 more words