Indexing Demystified

When I had finished my indexing course more than two years ago, my friends would ask me, “what is indexing?” I tried explaining it in simple terms, making this craft sound even more mysterious. For those who have been wondering what indexing is all about, I’ll try my best to describe it in this article. … Continue reading Indexing Demystified

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A Rough Guide to Buying an Archaeology Magazine

Have you ever found yourself flipping through colorful pages of some archaeology magazine while standing in the Science and Technology section of magazines at Chapters and Indigo? Then you’re definitely not alone. Many people, including myself, enjoy reading about archaeology. Whether you’re looking for general information or articles on very specific topics, you can find many such magazines … Continue reading A Rough Guide to Buying an Archaeology Magazine

Fighting for Cultural Heritage: Does it Matter?

It’s no secret that we live in a less-than perfect world. Sadly, the modern geography is changing rapidly, and in a few years, parts of the Middle East might end up looking differently on the map. With refuge crises and terror threat being constantly replayed in the media, it’s easy to forget about heritage destruction happening in … Continue reading Fighting for Cultural Heritage: Does it Matter?

The Apostrophe: Should It Stay or Go?

Dealing with the apostrophe can be undoubtedly frustrating. It often seems that everyone is misusing this small diacritical mark. Names such as “Mens Hair Styling” and “Dads Favorite Shop” are not uncommon among professional establishments. Text messaging and newspaper writing are a whole different story. Such frequency in misuse leads many to believe that the … Continue reading The Apostrophe: Should It Stay or Go?