By day, I’m a business analyst, working out what people are trying to do, what changes are needed in order to achieve goals, and generally thinking about how technology can improve things. So I’ve decided to study archaeology, and see what that tells me about technological changes, how they spread and are adopted, and what causes innovation and design improvements when not driven by financial motives.

I aim to document my thoughts as I go, as an experiment to see how my opinions and ideas are altered by what I read and learn. This means that much of what I write will be idle musings, please feel free to muse with me. Collaborative musing is the main reason I’m embarking on a degree in the first place.

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Written on September 23rd, 2010

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