Bristol, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 04, 2009 -- A new dedicated social network purely for archaeologists, and those with a passion for anthropology, has been launched this month. Archaeology Network has gotten off to a positive start with over 250 archaeologists joining the site to discuss with likeminded people from across the globe.
Archaeology Social Network ([http://www.archaeology-network.com]) is designed for members to have their own personal space purely dedicated to archaeology, where they can discuss topics, news and events on the forums, write blogs about their experiences, upload pictures and videos from field trips, and meet people who share the same passions as they do.
âI am very pleased with the reception Archaeology Network has received so farâ says Ross Hutchings, Online Editor of Archaeology Network. âMembers are extremely active on the forums, discussing interesting and relevant topics, and have really begun to form an important online archaeological community.â
The website is set to release its Archaeology Network newsletter this month, and also has added functions and design aspects being added to compel the user experience.
Archaeology network is associated with Geology Network ([http://www.geology-network.com]) a dedicated social network for people interested in geology.