Yesterday was the last day to see the Thinking Big exhibit on Ada Lovelace at the Computer History Museum. This exhibit focused on writings of Lovelace that showed her great ideas for computers in the future. In the middle of the 1800s she was thinking about how computers/mathematics can be used to study inside the... Continue Reading →
Do you buy mugs as travel and/or museum souvenirs? Recently I started to collect jewelry on my travels so I can wear it and be reminded of my adventure. I do love my coffee and all the mugs I have To add to your collection why not get more mugs from your local museum for... Continue Reading →
Last weekend was the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. I've always been fascinated with space. To me it is very inspirational to learn about accomplishing things that for so long seemed impossible. Space exploration shows that the possibilities are endless and the horizons stretch to infinitely. In the past couple of years I have... Continue Reading →
One of the many reasons I love museums, and working in museums, is the power of inspiration museums have.
Work friends are crucial! I’m so thankful for mine and that we were able to get lunch together today. We both have been through a very tough year professionally. Apparently people don’t like strong women. Who knew 😜
Over the years I have collected many treasures. From guests showing their experience at the Computer History Museum, to clients showing their appreciation and museum staff being sweet ❤️
I have no idea what my dream job looks like let alone what I want to be doing in 6 months. I’m just going to keep working on growing as a person and learning new things for my career. Eventually all things will fall into place.
An exhibit begins to be taken down so a new one can take its place. If I was able to design an exhibit for the Computer History Museum my exhibit would focus on creators who are using the power of technology to help improve the lives of those who have disabilities. I would also love... Continue Reading →
Nature. When I experienced health issues at the being of my time at the @computerhistory, I escaped to nature on my lunch breaks. I appreciate/love museums that incorporate nature into their exhibits. And I love when parks display information about the plants, history of the land etc. nature is a great museum.