I was just thinking over the weekend..."I wonder how all that evil stuff is going at the Australian Museum? I quickly visited the facebook page on Friday and notice there are two "evil" spammers posting links to shopping…"
"Oh well, I guess the monetizing aspect was only a matter of time...
I don't disagree with a tiered funding structure, if that is ultimately what has to be done to keep Museum 3.0 alive. To day I pop in and out a bit mainly to follow current…"
"I've had a friend talking to me over the weekend, who insists I must have a twitter and a facebook page for my evil project... He reckons I'll get more people interacting more often ...I can see he may have a point."
Following the success of our 2008 Social Media and Cultural CommunicationConference, we are excited to announce the second conference:Transformations in Cultural and Scientific CommunicationVenue: Melbourne MuseumDates: 5-6 March 2009Themes:Culture 2.0Explores how organisational initiatives capture broader audiences.Look Who's TalkingExplores how audiences connect with each other.Science 2.0Explores how scientific knowledge i communicated to existing visitors.Organisational ChangeExplores how…See More