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Brooklyn Museum aggressively moves into the virtual world

Thinking About the Future of Museums

Museums earn our engagement through their own individual quality and authority—but they also work in concert with other sources of information in our culture building a “network of meaning” that each of us accesses in our own ways. The network of meaning is the network of information sources that for better or worse create public […]

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Non-Profits Can Show the Way With Social Networks

Image by tronathan via Flickr It’s not surprising that you see non-profits—especially arts and cultural institutions—leading the wave of social networking. They have no money. They are run by smart people. They have passion. And passion in particular is the magic ingredient for making social networking grow. The Indianapolis Museum of Art has a new […]

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