Stand-alone device that manages grains of rice. Electronics, rice.
June 16, 2020
Galleries, libraries, archives, and museums have traditionally been the institutions that have taken care of contents and made it possible to access them, although the way of doing so has gradually changed over the course of the years. At the dawn of the Internet era, the members of GLAM saw in the World Wide Web an opportunity for cheaply communicating the agenda of activities, saving it in the memory and making the recordings available to the public, thus putting an end to the institution’s physical and time limitations. Over a decade has passed and the Internet has become an infoxicated forest where all of us are fighting for the user’s attention. In the current context, the institutions are being transformed to promote the consultation of contents, progressing from the search function to the proactive invitation and converting the web into yet another of the museum’s halls.
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