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Here are just a few things that the New Media Museum is doing.

Follow the links to see fledgling ideas about what each project entails.

Virtual Museum is an exercise in envisioning what a physical museum might eventually look like, and it will also stand on its own as an engaging educational experience. More…

New Media Library is an attempt to make the books that are buried in the New Media Museum’s many Collections more visible and accessible by posting them as “Bookshelves” on the individual collection pages and then collating them to create a “Library” browsable by category. More…

PC 2100 is an initiative to maintain the Personal Computing Collection as a “living archive” that will continue to run the past 50 years of standard personal computing hardware and software until the year 2100 and beyond. More…

Paths not Taken is an effort to systematically document and preserve functional demos of technologies that did not succeed in the “marketplace” and become part of the dominant products available to consumers today, but insiders and historians tend to agree held unrealized potential. More…