Monthly Archives: February 2012
History museum websites set the tone for the institution and convey to the viewer what they will encounter should they visit the museum. Unless a viewer has a prior experience with the museum, most people will judge the book by … Continue reading
What wouldn’t I do if I had a yard? Would I keep a cow, two hens, three chickies, two lambs, and a Springer Spaniel if I could? Heck yes! Thanks, Photoshop, for showing me how awesome it would be!
Lurking around on Flickr made me feel like a voyeur – like I was intruding into people’s lives by looking at their personal photographs. To escape this feeling, I chose to explore the collections of institutions, particularly focusing on the … Continue reading
Digital technology plays a critical role in documenting and helping to preserve material culture. Digital photographs, scans, and precise measurements insure that curators and cultural resource managers can preserve the visual elements of an artifact. But can digital technology be … Continue reading