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“Hope is concerned with the future as memory is with the past.” - Aristotle

The word museum comes from the Greek Mouseion, shrine of the Muses. In turn, the muses have been called the the daughters of memory by William Blake, Ezra Pound, and James Joyce.

Our museum is the home to our private muses, the memory of our past.

The first is Rescued Works, sites we have chosen to refurbish and republish on the Internet for posterity. The second is Living Works, sites we created that now have a life of their own and are maintained by someone else. And the third are what we call the World Wide Cobweb, sites that live on the net in their original state without any active maintenance.

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The medium is NOT the message.