Approximately 1.1 billion people in the world today have a Facebook account. I have one too, of course. I also have accounts on Twitter and Tumblr. But when I learned, that the German Archaeological Institute runs a Facebook account, I was surprised. The next accounts I found were those of the Regional Archive of Koper … Continue reading
Category Archives: Science
Wikipedia and Science – A Healthy Symbiosis?
Ever since Wikipedia has been availlable, this question was asked. First, scientists and humanists ignored it, trying to disgrace Wikipedia as a laymen project not to be taken serious. Then, they had no choice but to deal with it due to Wikipedias increasing importance. But is it a symbiose? How can one describe the connection … Continue reading
Academic Slave Work
There are moments in life when you have to realise that things you once craved to do, become impossible, a nightmare instead of your true dream. It is heartbreakingly hurtful to realise that what you have planned over years suddenly seems like a burden, useless and frightful. For nearly five years I have been writing … Continue reading