54 years ago today, the Space Age began.
Sputnik, courtesy of NASA
The things that wind up in your desk when you work in museums long enough…
Here’s Radio Moscow’s broadcast for October 4, 1957. English to start, Russian begins at 6:03. Slava!
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CODE│WORDS is an ongoing effort to gather and harness the discourse occurring among the museum technology community.
The 2nd experiment is called A Series of Epistolary Romances. It consists of exchanges between authors on topics of import.
Interstitial Spaces in Museums by Bruce Wyman and Daniel Meyers
Museum as Platform by Rachel Ropeik and John Gordy.
Immersion, the Senses, and Embodied Experiences by Lesley Kadish and me!
Mindfulness, Intention and Museums by Rachel Ropeik and John Gordy.
Museums and Structural Change by Nikhil Trivedi and Suse Cairns.
Sticky Words by Robert Weisberg and Jennifer Foley.
CODE | WORDS: Technology and Theory in the Museum featuring:
Dark Matter, by Mike Edson
A Place For Everything, by John Russick
Museums... So What? by Rob Stein
Love you, love you not, by Luis Marcelo Mendes
The Virtues of Promiscuity, by me!
The Moon Belongs to Everyone, by Mike Murawski
Change, by Nick Poole
Towards the sociocratic museum, by Bridget McKenzie
Wanna Play?, by Merete Sanderhoff
Changing Museums, by Janet Carding
Museums & #BlackLivesMatter, by Aleia Brown & Adrianne Russell
... and a printed book, too!
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