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Tibet. Make a difference

March 22, 2008


I’m shocked and appalled like many other people at what is going on (or not, who knows with a media blackout…?) in Tibet. I know this is off piste for Electronic Museum but I feel extremely strongly about this, and you should too. Web2 and museums aren’t terribly important next to human rights atrocities, hard […]

8 randomish things about me

December 11, 2007


Bugger. I’ve been sucked in to playing the meme game (damn you, Roberto…). Here are the rules: 1: Each player starts with eight random facts/habits about themselves. 2: People who are tagged need to write a post on their own blog (about their eight things) and post these rules. 3: At the end of your […]

spEak You’re bRanes

November 26, 2007


In my continuing drive to see whether I am capable of browsing the entire web during my lifetime, I came across (actually, a friend posted it to Facebook..), a fantastically painful look at some of the incredible (read: worrying) stupidity and ignorance associated with the BBC’s Have Your Say section. If I was clever, […]

New (completely unrelated) blog

August 13, 2007


Although you’ve presumably come here looking for web/museum/technology type stuff, there’s just a mild possibility that you happened upon it by mistake, or simply fancy a complete change of scene. If so, I’ve just started a new blog all about being a dad the second time around. Plan is for it to be a fairly […]

human tetris

June 10, 2007


Nothing whatsoever to do with museums, but this made me laugh. Genius, inspired idea:

opening soon: the world’s most dangerous museum

May 20, 2007


“A fully engaging, sensory experience for guests. Murals and realistic scenery, computer-generated visual effects, over fifty exotic animals, life-sized people and dinosaur animatronics, and a special-effects theater complete with misty sea breezes and rumbling seats.” Sounds good? Yeah. I thought so, too. Until you look at the topic matter or the URL: Apparently $27 […]