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I’ve just passed an odd milestone: 8½ years of publishing this blog on pretty much a weekly basis.  This is my 634th post, or an average of 1.4 posts a week.  I haven’t counted the words. And the truth is, I … Continue reading

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Aboriginal Art Housekeeping

As of today, the original site for this blog at http://homepage.mac.com/will_owen/iblog/ has disappeared from the internet for good.  Apple is shutting down mac.com on June 30, and I “migrated” today, which means that my MacMail address still works, but all the … Continue reading

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5ive Years in Reverse

Yesterday marked the fifth anniversary of the first post in this blog.  This note is, cumulatively, the 428th: not a bad run.  As I scanned back through time (in reverse chronological order, of course) I found myself becoming more and … Continue reading

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Hail and Farewell: An American Eye in Transition

I started this blog in September 2005 using a nice piece of software called iBlog and publishing it through my .Mac account.  As you may have noticed if you trawl through earlier posts or follow links to them in my … Continue reading

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Aboriginal Art & Culture: an American eye in transition

I started writing Aboriginal Art & Culture: an American eye almost five years ago using a nice piece of software called iBlog, and publishing it through my .Mac account.  As you may have noticed if you trawl through earlier posts or … Continue reading

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Maybe I’m Amazed

I have just learned that my recent post on Herbert Basedow’s career in Central Australia has been named to the list of Best Blog Posts of 2008 by On-line Opinion: Australia’s e-journal of social and political debate and Club Troppo! Gobsmacked! I am indebted to Jim … Continue reading

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Two Hundred and Counting

I’m putting this post up mostly to mark a couple of milestones for myself. It’s my 201st, almost on my second anniversary with this blog, which I began as an experiment on September 17, 2005. I didn’t tell anyone–not even … Continue reading

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