Author Archives: greg

Emerging Museum Professionals Week

I’ve been on a bit of a recharging hiatus, but I would be remiss if I didn’t point out Emerging Museum Professionals Week at Cabinet of Curiosities. Particularly because I contributed one of the guest posts, “Don’t Let Job-Hunting Advice … Continue reading

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Experiences and Marketing

A couple months ago, Know Your Own Bone shared a report from IMPACTS Research & Development that said that visitors’ favorite part of a museum is going with people they care about, and that a museum ought to sell the … Continue reading

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The Long Game

The past week has been relaxing. A couple of big projects reached, if not their conclusions, at least solid guide markers that indicated clear progress. One, of course, was quitting my job. That’s been in the works for a year, … Continue reading

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Link Dump Sunday: This is a Fish Edition

Today’s link dump is a fish. No, not that I’m linking to a fish. The link dump itself is a fish, swimming through the sea, avoiding other fish because it’s antisocial, and occasionally creating graffiti on the side of the … Continue reading

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A Big Transition

Last week was another in a fairly long line of eventful weeks. First was the wedding of a very good friend. And then, on Monday, I quit my job. The two are only slightly related, by time and by the … Continue reading

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Hey! I’m on BoingBoing!

A very quick return to the blog (a wedding, plus some unrelated and ultimately exciting crisis preparation took me out for a while) to point you all to “From barn to bibliothek, a library emerges from history,” an article that … Continue reading

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Buildings on the Brain

The major project that has consumed much of my past three months is very nearly completed. You can see it (or at least, 12 of its 14 parts) here. It’s a showcase of new and renovated library buildings. I don’t … Continue reading

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