Are We Listening? Review of The Persuaders, Part 1
A new book calls out callout culture, but does it practice the deep listening it advocates?
Links of the Week: February 10, 2023: Tech and friends
Tech was supposed to make the world safe for everything, but it's mostly been good for corporate profits so far.
Returning with the New Year (and the Same Old Concerns)
After a long Museum Human break, I'm considering some major changes for the site in 2023
The Good, the Bad, and the Maybe in Museum Work
Are we in the museum field filling our social airwaves with too much bad sector news?
Links of the Week: April 22, 2022: Museum Field Hot Takes
Museum professionals have no shortage of hot takes about the field
Links of the Week: March 25, 2022: AI yai yai …
Artificial intelligence is supposed to do everything, but should AI do anything without people taking the lead?
The Tech-Driven Cult of the Individual Harms Museum Workers' Mental Health
Personalized tech was supposed to help mental health issues in museums. What happened?
Thoughts on a Few Months of Not Tweeting
I became a lurker on my only social media platform. Here are some lessons I learned about busyness.
Thoughts on One Month of Regular Tweeting
I was once an occasional tweeter. This year, I resolved to share every day about museum org culture. Here's how Month One went.
This is How We Blog in the Museum Field
A new book featuring blogs from museum professionals is a testament to the challenges facing our sector—and the great number of awesome people working to solve them.