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At 12:57am on May 11, 2011, Bareli Maria said…
Thanks for the welcome. I am still exploring the immense possibilities of OAC! Nice work
At 3:37pm on May 7, 2011, Kathryn Coyle said…
Thanks for the welcome, Paul. Looking forward to interesting discussions.
At 6:21pm on May 4, 2011, Asli Baykal said…
Thank you for the warm welcome, Paul! I'm glad I found OAC. Cheers, Asli
At 11:23am on April 27, 2011, Abraham Ioannidis said…
Thank you, it is an honour and a pleasure.
At 7:30pm on April 20, 2011, Koreen M. Reece said…
Many thanks Paul - keen to figure out how this all works! Best, Koreen
At 10:53am on April 16, 2011, ogechukwu elizabeth okpalanozie said…
Thanks Paul. I look forward to enjoying every bit of OAC.
At 7:13am on April 16, 2011, Candace Holt said…
Thank you Paul!
At 5:05am on April 13, 2011, Carrie Benjamin said…
Thank you very much Paul! I'm looking forward to communicating with everyone.
At 7:29am on April 2, 2011, Manjil Hazarika said…

Sir, Many thanks for your welcome note. I am glad to be part of OAC. Its wonderful to see the members of this anthroplogy community with expertise in different sub-branches. Best wishes to you.

At 7:01pm on January 7, 2011, Jane Cowan said…
Many thanks. I may well need help in learning to navigate around this site, which looks very rich and lively. Should be fun.
At 8:41pm on November 8, 2010, Piers Locke said…
Paul- well said (Theory in Anthropology). I too have been frustrated by a contributor whose postings have seemed rather self-righteous, dogmatic and unhelpfully argumentative - pre-occupied with defending and attacking, never willing to concede anything whatsoever. I consider it bad manners.
At 5:39am on November 6, 2010, Anni Rowland-Campbell said…
Paul, thanks for your welcome and hopefully I will able to contribute to this group as well. I'm just putting together my own thinking around the area of digital anthropology and my own research and I shall update my page shortly.
At 1:06am on October 30, 2010, René Wolf said…
Hi Paul
I just wanted to draw your attention to the recording of Matt Cook's and Daniel Miller's talk 'Home' at Birkbeck on Thursday 28 October 2010, which is available to listen/download now at the following URL:
http://backdoorbroadcasting.net/2010/10/daniel-miller-and-matt-cook-home/
At 3:36am on August 19, 2010, Michael Findlay said…
Hi Paul.

It seems your website is down for the time being. I'm very interested in taking a look, from the perspective of one mature age student to another.

Cheers.
Michael.
At 3:38pm on November 3, 2009, Ivana Fuskova said…
Hi! I think it is very interesting, you worked as software engineer so long and after that you started to study anthropology. I know one lecturer, who first study chemistry and physics, 8 years worked in lab. Then she started to study ethnology and nowadays she lecture sociology at university. I suppose this combination of two ways of thinking can be helpful for better understanding the culture.
At 7:15am on September 16, 2009, Nold Egenter said…
....there is a new post, maybe of interest? Anthropology of Habitat and Architecture: The five main lines of the evolution of culture". You will find it at the OAC-Blog site.
At 2:42pm on September 11, 2009, Keith Hart said…
Another installment, Paul. Chapter 6.2.doc
At 11:16pm on June 28, 2009, jamielanelynch said…
wow, your use of this website is impressive! i should have done this when i was going through school-- it would have helped me to be more organized. kudos!
At 10:39pm on May 31, 2009, Keith Hart said…
Good to see you here, Paul. I know that you said you would be occupied for a couple of days. Some of us from the original Twitter group have been trying to sort out administrative responsibilities. This process is still embryonic and I hope you will find a way to take part. It took off faster than anyone expected and we need to slow down a bit and take stock of what is needed to move the OAC forward.

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