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WasteFlake

The Wasteflake Project starts conversations on culture and science.
The Wasteflake Project is currently being remodeled. Existing users can still login and add material but we are not actively seeking participants. If you would like a new a user id created or the password of an existing user reset please send email to wasteman at wasteflake.com.

Flintknapping debris in an archaeology laboratory
Flintknapping debris in an archaeology laboratory, a suitable metaphor for WasteFlake processes—a bunch of people working together to create different things, and making a holy mess of it! Photo credit: Travis. https://www.flickr.com/photos/baggis/431156885


Work in progress at Wasteflake, linked here for your consideration:
  1. Poetry
  2. TravelsDownTheRabbitHoleWithSteve
  3. Background Checks Stories digging into the meaning of news breaks (these are the most recent)
    1. Collaborative Rock Art Studies in Australia
    2. Early Bronze Age Money of Neck Rings
    3. Human-Altered Diversity of the Amazon Rainforest
    4. The Everlasting Unextinguished Legacy of Palimpsests
    5. Desert Flowering in Byzantine Farming Villages in the Negev
  4. HaveUniverseNeedName
  5. Sour Grapes and Saddle Sores
  6. Book Reviews
  7. Book of Frauds
  8. It's AboutTime
  9. Recovered Articles from About and Dot-Dash Most current only
    1. The Inca Garcilaso de la Vega
    2. History of Plazas and Patios
    3. Hoards and Caches in Archaeology
    4. Yersinia pestis and the Bubonic Plague
    5. The Lost Library of Alexandria
    6. Terra Preta, Ancient Composting, and Biochar in the Amazon
  10. Opinions
  11. Favorite Word Puzzles
  12. PeerReview — just what is it? Is the Wasteflake Project an example of expanded peer review, or an entirely new kind of peer review?
  13. Popular images of science and scientists: see Cornelius' position paper on PopularArchaeology and discuss images of popular archaeology in the forum.
  14. Fiction! See WasteflakeFiction for stories, both finished and in progress.
    1. The Encyclopedia of Minor Deities
  15. SpamArt. If enough users, at enough keyboards, enter enough subject lines from spam, will it be art?
  16. MoreWasteflake — everything from MixologicalScience to SoWhatsUp.


What is a Wiki? See the WikiIs page.
Created by steve. Last Modification: Sunday 28 of February, 2021 08:08:26 EST by KKris.