Pseudo-hiatus

Things have been a bit quiet the last few days as I wrap up the last of my marking and teaching this semester (well, till the exams kick in in a couple of weeks). I do have a couple of posts brewing and I’ve been promised a few more guest posts by people (you know who you are!) so normal service should be resumed soon. Probably.

2 Responses to “Pseudo-hiatus”


  1. 1 Mark Robinson 20/04/2011 at 12:58 pm

    Dave, I really appreciate that on top of earning a crust, writing/contributing to papers, and everything else, that you manage to post something most days. I think that this frequency, combined with content that strikes the perfect balance for a non-professional such as me, is what makes Archosaur Musings one of my very favourite blogs.

    While I enjoy the luxury of an almost daily post, I’ll probably not kill myself if you want to kick back a bit over the Easter break.

    Have a good one and… Thanks!

    • 2 David Hone 20/04/2011 at 1:11 pm

      wow, that’s lovely thanks. I am proud of my daily record (it’s generally one a day except for fieldwork and traveling days, I think I’ve averaged about 300 a year) but right now I’m a) very busy and b) out of reserve posts (I try to keep a good half dozen on standby that can go up when I’m too busy to write new ones). Hopefully it’ll be over in a few days and the guest posts will start showing up plugging my gap.

      Cheers!


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