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Chatboard for The Force Awakens movie

What did you think of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens? This blog post is meant to be a place where my friends and family can talk about Episode VII. SPOILERS, VERY DEFINITE SPOILERS, LIE AHEAD To be clear on which characters we are talking about: Feel free to call these characters however you wish. You […]

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Where I find my inspiration online

Where do you go to find inspiration online? Twitter? Facebook? Instagram? Flickr? Websites? Possibly a combination of some of those? I’m going through all the artwork and artists that I’ve faved the past year. That means re-looking at all my Instagram likes, Twitter favs, Pinterest pins. I highly recommend that everyone look back at all […]

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Who wrote most of the articles you read this year?

Take all the articles you’ve read the past year. Imagine if you could automatically build a list the author names who wrote most of those articles? Would you find that sort of service helpful? On my content strategy blog, I write about such an idea. Read the post and let me know what you think […]

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What is the role of the website in the gallery visit?

The Tate Museum published an interesting 17-page report, “Tate Website Audience Segmentation” (PDF file) Number of people that use the Tate website before, after, and during a museum visit: 38% of visits to the Tate’s website are to plan a visit to the physical museum. 8% of the website visits come after going to the […]

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Modern artwork spoofs

The @museumhack Instagram account liked my recent ewok photo, so I checked out their account. It’s a lot of entertaining cheesy spoofs on modern artwork. Things like Spider-Man sitting inside a Norman Rockwell painting. A photo posted by Museum Hack (@museumhack) on Oct 29, 2015 at 2:22pm PDT And Darth Vader’s head on an ancient […]

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Complete this sentence: Find stuff to s_______

The first item on this list is mysteriously covered up by the other sheet. What could it be saying? “Find stuff to s_______” This is a fun game: how would you complete that phrase? Here’s a few ideas: Find stuff to send to Big Bird. Find stuff to stuff into a stuffed envelope. Find stuff to […]

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