Migrating content to Museum3.org

For the past 4 years I’ve used this blog to explore shifts in communication practices in cultural organisations. During that time we established Museum3 as a social network and as that has grown, it has become clear to me that this blog is now more of an archive as most of my engagement occurs on Museum3.

So, for those of you who come to this site in the future, please feel free to consider it an archive which reflects on the changes as they have occurred. If you are interested in what is happening now, please visit Museum3 and if you are interested in my musings on what the future might look like, particularly one which is more focused on the connections between critical making, crowdsourcing, design and cultural institutions, I continue to post about new research here.

4 Responses to “Migrating content to Museum3.org”

  1. 1 sunil singh December 7, 2015 at 9:48 pm

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  2. 3 carissacardenas994 April 9, 2016 at 1:18 am

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  3. 4 Charolette July 25, 2018 at 9:38 pm

    I do accept as true with all the ideas you’ve offered for your post.
    They’re very convincing and will certainly work. Nonetheless, the posts are too short for novices.

    May you please extend them a bit from subsequent time?

    Thanks for the post.

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