Accidental finds in archaeology.
Yes, we've learned about satellite imagery and ground surveying, and yes, I have fallen in love with Google Earth, but either way, that kind of finding just screams BORING. In a way. Now, what about the world of the accidental? The dog that dug about a bone that just happened to be 2 million years old... wait a minute, I have Neanderthals in my back yard? Things like that. So, my little ADLS minions, go out and find a time when something that has been found accidentally and has had major (or no) historical and archaeological consequence because of it, then write it up, make a collage representing it, make a video, whatever, then post it to the blog. Or, have a look around your area and find something extremely important historically yourself, then pretend to the magazines that you were just going for a walk and just happened to have checked out that place on Google Earth before and you just happened to have a metal detector, shovel and toothbrush. Go, go, go! Do it at your own will and at your own pace, and I frankly don't care if it's submitted this time next year.