Why (archaeologists) blog

Bill Caraher, an Assistant Professor in the Department of History at the University of North Dakota who works on Late Antique Greece, has an interesting reflection,”Why blog?” on The Archaeology of the Mediterranean World.

He summarises:

1. I like to write and find the discipline of writing valuable.
2. A desire to make visible the process of writing, thinking, and revising.
3. A feeling of social obligation to a wide range of “stake holders”.
4. Finding community.
5. The Death of the Note.

Why do we blog?

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