Hacking at the Cooper-Hewitt

Whilst I was in New York last week I spent a day doing what I used to spend a lot more time doing (and thinking about): hacking around with museum collections data.

The Cooper-Hewitt design museum (home to Seb Chan and Aaron Cope) kindly hosted me, and gave me a bit of insight into their history and future development.

I wrote up a summary of my activity and findings as a guest post on their blog: Notes from hacking on the collections API.

It was fun, and reminded me that I should spend more time doing this kind of thing.