Museum blogging Web 2.0

Museums & the Web 2007 – workshops, papers, and meetups

The Museums & the Web 2007 conference in San Francisco is rapidly approaching.

I was notified today that one of the workshops I am involved in, Planning social media for museums has already been booked out! And one of the reasons for the slowdown in new posts recently has been the furious paper writing involved in producing work for the M&W07 deadline – I have two other presentations this year, the report on the museum blogging survey with Jim Spadaccini, and another on the trends emerging from OPAC2.0.

There look to be some real gems lurking in the (always packed) programme this year and if you are going to be near San Francisco in early-mid April then it is certainly worth making it. These events are always larger than you expect and so if you are already attending M&W07 and would like to meet to discuss ideas, projects, methods, technologies, then drop me a line.

A museum blogger meetup has been proposed by several people already.

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