These questions are by no means exclusive to one another. You can be all three (or just one or two): subscriber, member and contributor. But each category has its own simple set of needs. First, if you would like to receive the latest blog posts and email alerts in your inbox as soon as they are published, enter your email address in the “Subscribe” box along the right-hand side. Second, to join the community and the conversation, create an account for the Bliki. And finally, we would love to hear from you–leave a comment or submit a post!
Digital publications are continuing to become a larger portion of the museum’s overall publishing agenda. This ‘bliki’ aspires to be a resource to keep track of the evolving options and issues faced by museums and our publishing partners as we develop and execute our digital publishing strategies.
What’s a ‘Bliki’?
For a digital publishing resource, we wanted features from both the blog and wiki worlds. The blog platform for its visual appeal and social media integration and the wiki to establish a resource of documentation and best practices. Beyond the Printed Page aspires to combine both the BLog and wIKI into the Bliki.
Find out more about using and contributing to the Bliki from the About page.
What would you like to see addressed, discussed or announced on the Bliki? Do you know of projects or trends that may be of interest to the museum digital publishing community? If so, contribute to the Bliki! Sign up to be a contributor to the blog or the wiki by creating a user account. You don’t need an account to leave general feedback –simply write a comment.
How does your institution’s content strategy align with its digital publishing initiative? Ideally, how should the two intersect? Rachel Lovinger, a Content Strategy Director at Razorfish NYC, discusses what it takes to have “mastery” over content strategy in her post “Tinker, Tailor, Content Strategist“.