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Blogs about Museums

5 blogs about Museums.

  1. ALHFAM – the Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums
    “An international organization serving the interests and needs of its individual and institutional members and supporting experiential interpretations of history.”

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    Death, Racism, and Intemperance:
    A Social Historian’s Perspective on Living History and the Interrelation of Controversial Issues Excerpt of an article written by David Vanderstel, Conner Prairie, Noblesville, Indiana. To read the entirety of this paper, join ALHFAM to …
    By jiml7227, 1,187 words

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  2. Mills Field | Weblog
    “…a place to consider what it means for a museum in an airport, an airport with over 55 million visitors in 2017, to operate in a world where (almost) everyone is connected to the internet.” 🇺🇸

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    Searching Text in Images on the Aviation Collection Website
    We want to see what these technologies make possible, though, and a very real and immediate opportunity is the ability to index search terms that the curators and registrars haven't already included in the titles …
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  3. The Museum of Ridiculously Interesting Things
    “a collection of ridiculously interesting art, objects, ideas, and history.” By Chelsea Nichols.

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    Teeny tiny pig porn
    Gold pig charms that hide a tiny erotic photo viewed by peering into the pig's butt hole
    By Chelsea Nichols, 21 words

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  4. Niche Museums: Find tiny museums near you
    By Simon Willison. 🇺🇸

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    Pioneer Memorial Museum
    The Pioneer Memorial Museum makes the bold claim to host "the world's largest collection of artifacts on one subject" - that subject being stuff that pioneers brought with them to Utah! It's certainly a very …
    By Simon Willison, 218 words

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  5. Open Objects
    “Every age has its orthodoxy and no orthodoxy is ever right.” By Mia Ridge. 🇦🇺 🇬🇧

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    Toddlers to teenagers: AI and libraries in 2023
    A copy of my April 2023 position paper for the Collections as Data: State of the field and future directions summit held at the Internet Archive in Vancouver in April 2023. The full set of …
    By mia, 74 words

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