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Getting the measure of your bench

Benchmarking is one of the most important things you can do. As James Burke said:

You have to know where you have been to know where you are going… 80 more words

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Research Project: Composition Rules

I was carrying out research in composition and have come across many articles about the rules of composition. I decided to take a look at those and see what are common rules and what’s different rules that the others did not mention. 523 more words

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When Grad Students Aren't Considered Employees

I feel like every other blog post I write starts off with the same theme: grad school is such a weird time in a person’s life. 825 more words

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Pt. 10.5 #Archive research success!

Friday was spent, very successfully, investigating the collections of the Woodhorn archives in Ashington.

The archive houses the earliest correspondence (dated to 1908!) regarding the possible purchase of land for an artillery range and associated camp at Redesdale. 150 more words

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Pt. 10. Another snow day.

Friday’s forecast:

Seeing as most of my study area is about 200m, and it is more *in* the yellow warning area than towards its “fringes”, I will spend today either in the Woodhorn Museum and Northumberand Archives or (based on the results of a phonecall to range control) doing some buildings recording of stone tents in the dry firing area.

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Pt 9. Snow day! What a difference a day makes...#archaeology #otterburn

WARNING: I have safety training and permission from Range Control to access these parts of the OTA. If you want to visit the OTA you… 231 more words

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Pt.8: Fieldwork blog! #tanks and #bunker #archaeology, oh my

WARNING: I have safety training and permission from Range Control to access these parts of the OTA. If you want to visit the OTA you… 173 more words

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