1) 100 Toys (And Their Stories) That Define Our Childhood.
2) Go, go aquariums on Instagram!
3) Thinking with The Thinker.
4) Wikipedia in the galleries.
5) Help find New York’s cutest baby!
7) April Fools!
8) The first Pinterest contest.
9) Wrapping in Instagram and Foursquare
10) History with a side of pie.
11) Making it easy to connect.
12) Engagement-driving “content regulars.”
13) A mobile app that facilitates a trip through time.
14) Starting early on Generation Z
15) Putting visitors on YouTube for a good cause.
16) Learning through online games.
17) Sharing timely off-line experience online.
18) An online auction.
19) Fundraising through Kickstarter.
20) Foursquare still has a following!
21) Looking to the public to choose the next subject for a work of art.
22) Sharing silliness (and some seriousness, too).
23) Selecting and rewarding “insiders.”
24) Rewarding online audiences without de-valuing your product.
25) Engaging in citizen science.
26) Mobile scavenger hunts.
27) Facilitating sharing with a mobile app.
28) Current baby-naming contests.
29) Telling stories to earn donors and support conservation.
30) Using Facebook to allow for a deeper connection for special interest.
31) Enjoying the mission from your mobile at home.
32) Mastering Pinterest.
33) Interactive online tours.
34) Wikipedians supporting museums.
35) Using personal branding to promote the museum.
36) Using the web to keep folks posted while the museum… um… moves.
37) Asking the public for strategic direction.
38) Let online audiences “dig in” to information that interests them.
39) Showing folks why they should pay you a visit.
40) A completely crowd-sourced exhibit.
via Colleen Dilen (@cdilly)