When I began this blog, I wasn’t sure what it was going to be about. I decided to allow myself to write about whatever interested me and what I thought might interest other people. After I hit 100,000 words I could look back and see what the patterns and best posts were and then, perhaps, narrow down future posts.
A few weeks into the project of writing a blog post every day I decided to come up with 100 museum ideas. It was fun and easy and I ended up with over 200 ideas.
I use the term “museum” loosely. In fact, for many of the ideas it would be entirely appropriate for you to ask, “so.. what’s IN the museum?” And I would say, “I don’t know.”
If a museum is a place where people go to see and understand things, many of my ideas are about how you would come to see and understand things.
I began expanding some ideas into full blog posts, but after a handful decided to stop. Two reasons:
- I had come to the realization that I wanted the blog to focus more on work I have done and things that I have learned. Anyone can have ideas. I wanted to show how I get my ideas done.
- I think some of the museum ideas are really good and I’d like to try to make them happen. (Then I’ll blog about them.)
I’ve collected those posts and put them below.
- The Museum of What Just Happened
- The Museum of When Am I
- The Two-Sided Museum
- The Museum of Hidden Art
- The Museum of Clouds That Look Like Stuff
- The Museum of Things That Don’t Make Sounds But Should
- The Museum of You’re George Washington
- The Museum of Tourists
- The Museum of Did You Learn Anything From This Museum?
- The Museum of Destroy The Art
- The Museum That Is Not Meant For Humans