My quick notes from morning session. I tended to tweet later on!
Nancy Proctor, Smithsonian
- We’re in the midst of a mobile bubble – most apps don’t generate revenue, not much ROI. Quotes the Great app bubble
- Costs of mobile – developing the platform, onsite infrastructure, project management/staff time, content development, marketing + maintenance (new…
Added by Lynda Kelly on April 15, 2011 at 4:25pm —
Here's my quick notes from the feedback of the unconeference held as part of the Transformations conference. If you have comments or notes of your own to add please do so here! I'm doing this in a mad hurry so please forgive any typos and other annoyances...
Topic #1: Freemium models
- we've been doing this for a long time with our physical programs - remember…
Added by Lynda Kelly on April 14, 2011 at 5:00pm —
Hi all, we're here at the War Memorial in Canberra at a fascinating event where dialogue is taking place about how we can work better together.
There is an active Twitter stream here
(I hope this link works!). All links from presentations are on delicious here
Themes emerging for me so far:
* how active &… Continue
Added by Lynda Kelly on August 6, 2009 at 12:58pm —
In the spirit of my previous post, Do we need to have conferences anymore
, thought I'd at least start the ball rolling with observations from the Museums Australia Annual Conference
. Well, I don't actually have any at the moment coz I'm only here from today, but we do have a Twitter backchannel… Continue
Added by Lynda Kelly on May 18, 2009 at 8:54am —
Attending this conference from today through Friday. Have blogged my first piece from the Visitor Research workshop here
, with another to come.
We are running a Twitter feed - hash tag #manz09 - but since there's little internet access that I could find this will be very limited!
Added by Lynda Kelly on April 15, 2009 at 12:30pm —
Can someone help me explain this process to new members please? As I'm an administrator I see the page differently to other users.
It would be really useful for one of you more 'techy' types to explain to us how this is done ? I know that if you reply to a discussion or blog you automatically get updates, maybe that's all you need to do?
Any assistance gratefully received.
Added by Lynda Kelly on February 21, 2009 at 7:47am —
If you've been following my other post called Project AMEP
you'll know that we are trying out some Web 2.0 tools for one of our large projects here. The Australian Museum Eureka Prizes (AMEP) are Australia's premier science awards, culminating in a gala dinner for over 900 assorted VIPS and science-types. We wanted to do live updates of winners and other assorted tidbits from the dinner and decided to use a… Continue
Added by Lynda Kelly on August 20, 2008 at 11:00am —
Today we begin an adventure. I'm taking on board Mal's idea of "touring the web"
, building on Nina's work about how much time does Web 2.0 take
and my own reflections in my paper Museum 3.0, organisational change and… Continue
Added by Lynda Kelly on July 10, 2008 at 3:34pm —
Here's the list
of Australia's top web apps compiled by Ross Dawson - note that our own Seb and Powerhouse makes the list!
While it makes interesting reading, a long list of apps without any context or grouping is pretty unhelpful in my view. I tried to go on his blog to add this but couldn't work out how.
Added by Lynda Kelly on June 20, 2008 at 12:02pm —
Several of us ning'rs are at this conference. I'm blogging my impressions on the Audience Research
blog and Seb will be blogging on fresh+new(er)
. Going well so far!
Added by Lynda Kelly on April 11, 2008 at 4:36am —
Been thinking lots about this quite a bit lately as I drown, pleasantly, in my online world. There's a group on Facebook called, appropriately, Museums on Facebook
which, at last look, has 241 members. They are now having a discussion about the value of Facebook for museums (which staff at the Australian Museum also had a few weeks ago at our Facebook Friday event). Here's the post I added if anyone's… Continue
Added by Lynda Kelly on April 6, 2008 at 9:18am —
The Centre for Cultural Research
(UWS) and the Australian Museum
present a seminar by Dr Richard Sandell, University of Leicester
When? Monday 28th April, 3-5pm
Where? Australian Museum Theatrette, 6 College Street (please enter via William Street)
Research in recent years has highlighted the constitutive or… Continue
Added by Lynda Kelly on April 2, 2008 at 4:09pm —
Here's an interesting idea - archiving all those embarassing and interesting emails
you've kept along the way. To contribute go to the emailaustralia
Added by Lynda Kelly on April 1, 2008 at 7:05am —
This may help answer this question (via Seb Chan).
Ross Dawson on internet filtering and blocking of Facebook -
Companies that close networking doors jeopardize their future
There has been extensive coverage in the Australian media
today [August 20, 2007] about a press release from internet filtering company SurfControl, in… Continue
Added by Lynda Kelly on March 13, 2008 at 5:41pm —
The 2008 IMLS study
is now available.
I quote from Seb Chan's email:
"There are some interesting (and unsurprising) findings... "Researchers have completed the “IMLS National Study on the Use of Libraries, Museums and the Internet,” a study that delves into the use of libraries, museums and the Internet. The study concludes that “the amount of use of the Internet is positively correlated with the number of in-person visits to… Continue
Added by Lynda Kelly on March 7, 2008 at 10:12am —
Came across the Town Hall Gallery
blog from one of our new members, Mardi. It is a great example of an interesting blog and an easy way to keep people updated about their activities. For those of you who didn't know, there is a listing of many museum blogs at Museum blogs.org
Added by Lynda Kelly on March 7, 2008 at 8:25am —
Thanks to all 36 of you who have now joined up since I created this group only 2 days ago! Hope you find this group useful and enjoyable. I am new at this so there may be some early glitches. Have changed the sign up so you don;t have to add your relationship status as I only just figured that out :)
This network is for you - so feel free to post, blog, comment, create your own groups, upload fotos and so on. By becoming involved the Museum 3.0 network will prosper.
Added by Lynda Kelly on March 4, 2008 at 2:02pm —
All the notes taken by Angelina can be found on the project blog site
, and my notes are on my Audience Research blog
Added by Lynda Kelly on March 4, 2008 at 8:48am —