Saturday, December 23, 2006

Remote Central

Tim Jones knows how to blog, but he doesn't know how to market his way out of a shallow cliff overhang on Timor.

For two years, the Londoner has blogged at Remote Central about archaeology and palaeoanthropology and astronomy in an entertaining manner, illustrated with lots of cool pix. Yet his site remains a little-known oasis in the desert reaches of inane prattle that are the bloggy-spear.

Dear Reader, get thee to Remote Central, read it, comment on it, and link to it. Or me and my posse of crackhead niggaz gonna get Lower Palaeolithic on yo' ass, tru dat.

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Blogger Tim said...

Martin, just to say thanks very much for the mention on your blog, as well as your kind comments, and sorry I haven't got round to checking more of yours yet, as I've only recently become aware of it, but looks great neverthleless. Couldn't find an email address, hence this comment. All the best for the rest of this, and the upcoming New Year, Tim

23 December, 2006 18:48  
Blogger Martin said...

My pleasure!

23 December, 2006 18:55  
Blogger Alun said...

I only knew of Remote Central a couple of days ago when I saw a link to the isci blog.

One of the fun things about the internet is finding interesting stuff that's been around for yonks.

24 December, 2006 14:57  
Blogger Martin said...

Is the "ISCI blog" another interesting thing that's been around for yonks? Tell us more!

24 December, 2006 15:28  

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