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AAM Rundown 7: The Museum as Prototype

Rube Goldberg Machine

We’re nearing the end of my AAM series… only a few more interviews and session recaps to go! This one was one of my favorite sessions at AAM, and I’ve been holding off writing about it out of fear that I won’t do it justice. But as the walrus said, the time has come to Continue Reading →

Science Monday

candle flame

After two straight weeks of working every day, I am finally catching my breath, and catching up on things, including TJT. I trust y’all didn’t miss me too much. There are still a bunch of things I need to tell you about AAM (the best interviews and sessions are coming up, I swear!), but this Continue Reading →