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MiM 007 – Pinball Hall of Fame Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada

Confession:  I am not a gamer. I mean, I’ve played games in arcades.  I’ve played pinball machines in the local Four Thieves bar when I was growing up (don’t worry, it was small town Nebraska and the family-friendly bar was also the only place in town that served food).  We even had an Atari when...

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MiM 006 – Museum of Design Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia

Confession:  I love product design. As a product manager, my world revolves around products and how they’re designed.  When I tell people that my day job is a product manager, the usual response is, “What is that?”  I’m not even sure my family completely understands it.  A product manager’s job is to figure out what...

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MiM 005 – Embroidery Museum in Louisville, Kentucky

Confession:  I have never even tried embroidery. I’ve done some crocheting when I was younger.  Took up knitting when I was older, but I have never gotten the hang of working with a needle and thread.  The closest was sewing lessons, but all I made was an apron and I was done.  The pinnacle of...

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MiM 004 – Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind in Louisville, Kentucky

Confession:  I love manufacturing. I work in the manufacturing industry, so when my travels combine both a factory and a museum – sign me up!  Have you ever watched the television show, “How Things Are Made”?  I am completely sucked in when I come across an episode – I’ve even recorded it (check my DVR...

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MiM 003 – Beechcraft Heritage Museum – Tullahoma, Tennessee

Confession:  I am not a pilot. I love flying, but I can’t fly a plane.  I’ve flown in huge commercial airplanes on 14 hour international trips to Asia, and I’ve been in small four-seater Grumman planes flown by a friend.  I would fly to work every day if I could instead of driving.  Yet I’ve...

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MiM 002 – Ben E. Clement Mineral Museum in Marion, Kentucky

Confession:  I have always loved rocks. During my undergrad, I had a fantastic geology teacher that had the best field trips.  We spent weekends roaming the southern countryside for pink quartz, mica schist and gneiss rocks.  Going back even further, I remember as a little kid picking through the rough gravel around the farm to...

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