I had the great good fortune to be in London in October for the MCG19 conference, and they just published my reflection on the event. I’d watched MCG via Twitter for years, but never had the chance to attend until now. And I am very glad I did. The theme of ‘Openness’ was incredibly timely, and the talks all explored some of the interesting frontiers of museums’ ongoing quest to figure out what it means to be more open and accessible to more audiences, both digital and physical. Check it out!
A brief history of the publication of the latest book I’ve worked on, “Humanizing the Digital: Unproceedings from the MCN 2018 Conference” .
November is going to be action packed! I’m not really ready for it, but c’est la vie. I’ll be doing a whirlwind tour of North
I’m finally far enough away from the event to try to make sense of my experience of the 48th Museum Computer Network conference in Minneapolis.
MCN2015 was incredible. One of those life-changing, affirming, provoking sorts of days-long affairs that left me hoarse for a week after. No, really. I talked
I spent my last weekend before vacation at Princeton University, taking part in the Museum Computer Network’s Board of Directors Strategy Retreat. It was long, it was