[DML] Museum
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[DML] Museum

Under the heading of `nobody asked you':
I have been reading the thread about a physical museum located within 
the states.  
My vote is for a museum right here:  Inside the Internet.
Now before we get out the matches for the `07 DeLorean flame wars?
All the auto museums I have ever visited have the odd rules that I 
can't drive, sit, or even touch the exhibits.  What would be the 
difference if the DeLorean museum was online?  Open 24 hours, no need 
for a ticket, nobody has to sit and make sure the visitors don't put 
the gum in odd places.  The advantages are significant - all original 
documents would be safely locked in vaults, all physical cars would 
be available for auto shows, a true `movable museum'.  Some museums 
have movies about their cars, well that can be done online.  How 
about a tour?  That can also be done online.  Historic documents?  
Again, online - scanners are a wonderful invention.

What I see happening is that this could easily devolve into is a 
wasteful turf war.   
I can see it now?
The field of battle (eBay)?
May the deepest pockets win!

Instead - 
Save your dough, pool your resources, enjoy life.

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