Monthly Archives: April 2012

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AAM is finally here!

Or rather, I’m finally here at AAM! The Expo opens tomorrow, but today is already chock-a-block full of activities and meetings. For expample: 11:00-12:45 AAM New Member and First Timers Orientation, where I get to meet other newbies and find out about more of the secret handshakes or some such thing. 1:15-2:30 Sessions. I have Continue Reading →

Powers of 10 Taken to a Whole New Level

Screen shot 2012-04-26 at 7.11.01 PM

Holy balls you guys, my friend Justin just sent me something amazing and I just have to share it. I’ll probably write up a whole long fancy post later, but it’s imperative you check this out now. It’s called “The Scale of the Universe 2”, and by scrolling with your mouse you can zoom in Continue Reading →

Exploring the Three E’s: Exhibitions, Evaluation and Education

The Three Es

Yikes, it’s been a while since my last post, hunh? Life has kept me busy, but I’m taking a quick break from jobs and other nonsense to fill you in on something that I find pretty exciting. This past week, Adrienne Russell (@adriennerussell) featured a number of emerging museum professionals on her Cabinet of Curiosities Continue Reading →

Experiments in Mixology

Ti' Primavera Fizz

I don’t have a lab, so my kitchen will have to do for now. Luckily, the results of my various experiments have (thus far) been delicious. I recently finished reading “Boozehound: on the trail of the rare, the obscure, and the overrated in spirits“, and have been in the mood to try my own hand Continue Reading →