This post goes over cast iron repair, using my own success and failure as examples, as well as considerations to make before deciding whether or not to repair at all.
The Unexpected Adventure of Mr. Goaty Goat
Content Warning! The following contains graphic description and images depicting butchering and hide work. It's early 2013. Not super early 2013, but definitely at least the first half. Honestly it could even be the second half of 2012. You see, goats care not for things like years. Today started like most days. … Continue reading The Unexpected Adventure of Mr. Goaty Goat
Yesterday Was a Big Day for Scrimshaw
A summary of a full day of exciting research for Scrimshaw: A Whaling Story. Ships logs, skeletons, scrimshaw, and ceremonies. It was a big day.
Anthrospin’s Videography Kit part 1
This blog takes you from the origins of Anthrospin, through the publishing of my first DVD, detailing how my videography kit started and evolved, and what I used for which projects, including the drawbacks of each incarnation.
A Few Words about Summer, 2013
This is a huge post. I've been asked if I intend to make it into a book. It's an account of my initial draw towards paleoanthropology, and my first field experience in it, in the Turkana region of Kenya.
Rhode Island’s Industrial Revolution
This article is more or less the written account of my documentary film entitled Rhode Island's Industrial Revolution: The Rise and Fall of an Empire. So if you've seen that and aren't much of a reader, there's not a whole lot of new information here.
However, there is a bit more discussion about things that would have been rambling in the film. There are also images that you can look at at your own pace, rather than how I decided you get to see them in the film. All of my research references will be provided through links at the bottom of this article.