Tag Archives: writing

Let Me Google That For You: How to Use Internet Tools to Research Effectively

In my post Experimental Archaelogy and Social Media, I talked about the concept of provenance, and why it’s so important to historians of all levels. This post, though, will go a bit further in showing that there are tools available … Continue reading

Posted in how-to, musings, SCA, Society for Creative Anachronism, tutorial, writing | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

SCA Philosophy Question Ahoy!

Since November 28, 2017, I’ve been asking my social media friends list (which, yes, comprises mostly of SCA folks) questions about SCA philosophy, SCA personae, and the like. Sometimes, the questions may have been a bit pointed, and sometimes, well, … Continue reading

Posted in persona, persona development, philosophy, SCA, SCA Philosophy, service, Society for Creative Anachronism, writing | Tagged , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Omphaloskepsis: that pesky C

Before we get started: I will be watching commentary and IP addresses on this post.  Any use of the terms “Nazi,” or related terms will result in being blocked.  I will not tolerate it, nor will I also tolerate bashing … Continue reading

Posted in musings, SCA, Society for Creative Anachronism, writing | Tagged , , | 7 Comments

Project Updates

Updates have been hard for me lately.  I’ve been dealing with some things to work through as of lately.  I am pleased that the finished pile is getting larger, but the six items have been there for a while and … Continue reading

Posted in project management, SCA, Society for Creative Anachronism, writing | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Eynon’s Boga Hirth Scroll

When I got the assignment for this particular scroll, I already had an idea for the art.  Eynon’s persona is a 13th c Welsh archer (which is great for an archery award), but writing the text was going to present … Continue reading

Posted in calligraphy, court, herald, heraldry, illumination, influences, later period, SCA, scroll text, Society for Creative Anachronism, writing | Tagged , , , , , | 3 Comments

Update on Projects

It’s been a while since I’ve updated this.  And August has been full of stuff, but not a whole lot of work on projects.  I’ve honestly needed a break from projects (and instead, added some SCA-related things to my modern … Continue reading

Posted in musings, project management, SCA, Society for Creative Anachronism | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Omphaloskepsis: Making Magic Moments for Others

In my last post about making magic moments in the SCA, it was all about what an individual can do to help make their own magic moments.  This, though, is what we can do as a collective group, though this … Continue reading

Posted in musings, philosophy, SCA, Society for Creative Anachronism, volunteer management | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Omphaloskepsis: Making Magic Moments in the SCA

One of the things that I’ve seen over and over again in the SCA Social Mediaverse is that people want to see more magic moments.  A magic moment in the SCA is where time seems to stand still and where … Continue reading

Posted in musings, philosophy, SCA, Society for Creative Anachronism, writing | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Omphaloskepsis: on asking questions and providing suggestions

It’s been kind of a crazy few weeks in SCA blog-land when it comes to arts and sciences and how we ask questions and do things and information transfer and how to act on social media.  Y’know, a light week … Continue reading

Posted in musings, SCA, Society for Creative Anachronism | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Update on Finished Projects

So, we’re five months in.  I’ve been able to stay mostly motivated to get projects done and off the list, though I’m definitely seeing some sticking points.  It is also hard as hell to create when you just don’t want … Continue reading

Posted in project management, SCA, Society for Creative Anachronism | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments