Archaeology Magazine has had a blog since June 2008, and this website provides access to the current edition and all of the past posts. If you're looking for a fine pastiche of information on recent museum exhibits, new finds from the field, and technological innovation, you have come to the right place. The bloggers on the site include the Archaeological Institute of America's (AIA) online editorial director, experts from around the world, and others working on various projects in the field. Visitors are encouraged to sign up for their RSS feed, and recent entries have included commentaries on the European-looking mummies from China's Tarim Basin and the work being done to accurately date the Great Pyramid of Khufu in Egypt. Visitors are encouraged to offer lucid commentary on the posts, and the site has been the recipient of several industry awards, so it's well worth a look.