Where in the hell am I?

July 18, 2012

Post removal notice

Filed under: archaeology — John @ 6:36 pm

Just wanted to let readers know that I removed my Juneteenth post (of which I was extremely proud) at the request of the client. I won’t go into details of why.
I’ve always know that there was a possibility that something like this would happen, and I’ve always tried to keep any sensitive or confidential information off the blog. I respect the need for such considerations, and I also don’t want to do anything that would hurt my employer or our business, especially since it could cost me my job. I believe in public archaeology, but I also believe in paying my bills. It’s a difficult balance to be sure.

I’m sorry if you’ve come to this site following a link from elsewhere to the post in question and are disappointed. Hope you poke around some anyway, unless you’re a client, then move along, nothing to see here :)

Funny how I finally get around to updating and this happens!

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