I haven't been blogging here as much as I would like to, but I thought I would try to regain my stride by participating in Drugmonkey's twelve month meme:
The rules for this blog meme are quite simple. Post the link and first sentence from the first blog entry for each month of the past year.
I don't have a full twelve months on The Urban Ethnographer, and since I back posted some items from Anthropology in Practice, I don't quite fit the first of the month requirement. Still, it's an interesting snap shot at the sorts of things that I've shared.
Jan: I had some time at Penn Station yesterday before my train was announced, so I hung around on the concourse level for a change instead of descending immediately to the track.
Feb: Long after New York City is gone—perhaps reclaimed by nature per The World Without Us—I’m certain we’ve created a record that should survive long and well enough to offer glimpses into life in New York City.
July: There is no question that we build upon that which precedes us—quite literally, in some cases.
Aug: I’d like to do a photo series, so every Friday I’ll share with you an image from something I’ve encountered on my travels.
Sept: My local supermarket has the required handicapped parking spaces in front of the store, but it also has “Customer With Child” parking, a convenience that has lately been the source of a few parking lot disagreements.
Oct: Hey, Drivers, is there a traffic light you know you have to make?
Nov: On Sunday, National Geographic launched a new series on animal migrations.
Hmmm ... January's post reminds me that I had some detective work to do regarding Penn Station! Could that rumbling be a new blog post forming? Quite possibly ...