Making It Up 158:

Museum gift shops and sharing authentically

On Making It Up 158, Charis and Eugene talk about how museum gift shops decide what to sell. They also discuss what it means to share authentically with audiences and the wisdom in disconnecting what we share on the Internet from our physical selves.

 

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00:04:58 Museum gift shops
00:26:27 Sharing authentically

 

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