MUSEUMS AND THE WEB 1998

Overview of MW98: Why you should attend MW98 Learn new skills to enhance your museum site Explore issues and controversies facing Museums and the Web Experts featured at MW98 Commercial products and services to enhance your web site Organizations supporting MW98: Online interchange regarding the virtual museum experience Juried awards to best web sites in 5 categories

Archives & Museum Informatics

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published April 1998
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Overview of MW98: Why you should attend MW98 Learn new skills to enhance your museum site Explore issues and controversies facing Museums and the Web Experts featured at MW98 Commercial products and services to enhance your web site Organizations supporting MW98: Online interchange regarding the virtual museum experience Juried awards to best web sites in 5 categories

Marc Tinkler

Creative Director, Plumb Design, Inc.

Marc Tinkler is Plumb Design's Chief Technology Officer and Creative Director. Having studied architecture and computer science at Carnegie Mellon University, Mr. Tinkler brings a unique perspective to the study of digital media. Before forming Plumb Design, Mr. Tinkler worked as chief technologist at Razorfish.

Mr. Tinkler's writings and works have appeared in Progressive Architecture, The New York Times, and the ACSA Journal. His blend of design and programming skills allow him to create digital design directly in object-oriented code. Tinkler has produced digital design for AT&T, AOL, Time Warner, The Smithsonian Institution, and Microsoft. For the Smithsonian Institution, Tinkler developed a prototype for an online exhibition devoted to material culture that established a new standard for online museum explorations.

Marc is a co-author of Online Exhibitions: A Philosophy of Design and Technological Implementation.


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