MuseumMobile

Media & Technology on the Go

Nancy’s Tweets for 2009-04-26

RT @james3nealRT @Xeus – “The end of this semester will be the first time I’ll be using citations referencing locations from Kindle books.” # RT @themoment Holzer talks about Twitter & her show @whitneymuseum. Says @jennyholzer is “impersonating me” on Twitter. http://tr.im/jgsq # RT @Art_News @gettymuseum Developer Adam Shackelford has developed a free scalable iPhone […]

Nancy’s Tweets for 2009-04-26

RT @james3nealRT @Xeus – “The end of this semester will be the first time I’ll be using citations referencing locations from Kindle books.” # RT @themoment Holzer talks about Twitter & her show @whitneymuseum. Says @jennyholzer is “impersonating me” on Twitter. http://tr.im/jgsq # RT @Art_News @gettymuseum Developer Adam Shackelford has developed a free scalable iPhone […]

Nancy’s Tweets for 2009-04-19

Play Ontario Science Center’s game & save the world-crossplatform! Http://scicom5.ca #mw2009 # Print on demand has turned the corner, now viable for art catalogues, w/ isbn & cost effective-see blurb.com eg #mw2009 # Powerhouse’s web team is stabled with curatorial in content team-interesting… #mw2009 # #mw2009 Handheld Workshop presenters please meet in the Atrium during […]

Nancy’s Tweets for 2009-04-12

#ArtBabble is no Tower of Babel; why can’t all technology be as user-friendly & fun to share? Good luck for the launch tomorrow, IMA- & Tnx! # RT @americanart Read about the launch of ArtBabble in today’s NYT-or better yet, American Art’s blog! http://eyelevel.si.edu/ Kudos to IMA!! # Hands up whoever has eaten sauteed grasshoppers; […]

Art is hard: how mobile can help

Nina Simon is an innovative designer of participatory museum experiences. In addition to lecturing widely, she authors the Museum 2.0 blog, which has become a primary touchstone and resource for best practice in the museum world. What may be less well-known about Nina is her background as a performance poet and how she was inspired […]

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