Blogging At The MW 2007 Conference

The Museums and the Web 2007 conference was the first time I’ve use a blog to record and share my thoughts on the sessions. I found that it did require more concentration than I’d expected – and on a couple of occasions I missed sessions in order to...

This Blog Is Worth ….

The Business Opportunities blog contains a post on How much is your blog worth? The answer for this blog is given below: My blog is worth $34,436.94. How much is your blog worth? Another gimmick, similar to the Are You an A-List Bloglebrity? tool described in the...

Accessibility of MW 2007 Papers

Papers from the Museums and the Web 2007 conference are available online on the MW 2007 Web site. That’s great – but are the papers accessible, one might ask. And are they available in a variety of formats, to suit the end users preferences –...

Blotter And Museum Blogs

As described by Nate Schroedr the session at the Museums and the Web 2007 conference on Radical Trust: The state of the museum blogosphere by Sebastian Chan and Jim Spadaccini, was “One of the most anticipated sessions of the conference for me — and more than a...

Radical Trust? We’re Doing It!

I mentioned recently that one of the sessions at the Museums and the Web 2007 conference I found very useful was entitled”Radical Trust: State of the Museum Blogosphere“. I have to admit that when I decided to attend the session, I was rather confused by...