tezza wrote:Just heard the interview. Well done Clinton, and let us know how it goes with Kim DotCom.
Thanks. I suprise myself if I'm ever able to talk in conversation with people given my introversion. Tuesday at work was the first time in 6 years I was presented with a situation where I actually talked in front of people/students so I'm not very practised.
tezza wrote:What's plan B and C though?
There's only a plan A
It's the most realistic when considering the alternative of public funding. There are lots of sources of funding from community trusts and funds like that but they're all one-off sums which might cover a temporary exhibition somewhere, not a museum with ongoing costs.
I have always thought we collectors could co-ordinate a bit and do an exhibition at every Armageddon event. I think a vintage computing/gaming display would fit very well with the event and interest levels in the type of people going along. The only difficult thing I have to resolve is the idea of doing something for free at a for-(their)-profit type event.