I will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, etc., etc., etc.

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Allow me to take a moment away from my thrilling and dynamic series of posts on “Museums and the Digital Domain” to post a photo of my costume from from this past weekend’s Halloween shenanigans, courtesy of Ms. Morgan Holzer:

Oh yeah, that’s me, your humble narrator, dressed like freaking Number Six! Although I ended up having to explain all night long who I was supposed to be, and the balloon I was using as Rover flew away during the day, it was still totally worth lining my good jacket with gaff tape and wearing white pants. You can clearly see from the expression in my face that my life is my own, and that you won’t hold me.

So if next year, I finally get David Byrne’s Big White Suit together for Halloween, the circle will be complete.

April 18, 2018

Thinking about how discourse has changed on social media as the result of a few design decisions, and how that's changed the musetech conference backchannel.

December 22, 2015

A eulogy for the only music streaming service I've ever truly loved.

March 2, 2015

Some further thoughts on 'relevance' and why chasing it is trouble for museums.