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“Aren’t You Bored Yet?”

May 22, 2013

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I’m super excited right now, because this is the week of The Hive – European Blog Conference. It took place in Berlin last year for the first time, and is making a repeat to Germany’s capital. I attended it last year too, but this year I actually get to give a presentation! So you can see why I am excited. I think it goes without saying that I’ll be speaking on the topic of being a museum blogger, though my presentation will also address some […]

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Happy New Year!

January 7, 2013

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Hello everyone, Museum Diary is back again after the winter holiday break, and although we’re already in to the second week of January it’s never too late to wish you all a Happy New Year! I hope you all have a great 2013 full of health, happiness and, of course, museums ;-) Before jumping head first in to the new year ahead I wanted to briefly reflect back on the year that was. This time last year, I was making the big resolution to find […]

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Happy New Year!

January 2, 2012

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It’s the first #MuseumMonday of 2012, the perfect day to wish you all a Happy New Year full of of health, happiness and, of course, museums ;-) But before jumping head first into the new year ahead, I wanted to take the opportunity to reflect back on the year that was. And what an eventful year it has been in museum terms: In March I launched Museum140 as a platform for museum related social media projects, together with @thingsinjars (a.k.a. the husband) who acts as […]

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From Social Media to Social Harmony

December 7, 2010

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When I proposed a paper for last year’s ICOM-CECA conference, I didn’t know that I wouldn’t be able to attend as my son would be due to be born the same week. Not really the best time to fly to Shanghai^^ But luckily they agreed to let me give the paper in absentia, via video recording – since the paper was about social media and the internet, it seemed an appropriate enough way to present it.   Related posts you might like:

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