I was at IfA conference last week, where my paper seemed to go down well. Time will tell if it will make a difference. One of the nice aspects of IfA conference is catching up with old friends but also find out what is happening in the wider world beyond my ivory lab.
One intriguing tid-bit was a discussion with the head of a middle sized organisation looking into the use of tablet based recording systems. this reminded me of this blog: paperless archaeology which reflects some of the process of converting recording systems into a digital process. This pretty well reflects my experience in developing computer based solutions for archaeological recording both for field and find work. One very important aspect of the process is you develop an initiate relationship with record methods, and have to think about practice, so I think if the contracting side is embracing this technology there may well be a recording revolution just around the corner. A revolution which I hope is theoretically