The first interactive children’s museum

In the 70’s, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum became the first interactive children’s museum–actually the first interactive museum period–in the world. The guy that made it happen was Ed Schlossberg. Lots of years and interactive projects later, I am working for his company ESI Design as a writer and designer. And, to make things even cooler, I get to travel to China. I know, I am jealous of myself.

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