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Science Not FictionBy Stephen CassJuly 9, 2008 9:23 PM


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As mentioned over on Boing-Boing, the Science-Fiction Museum in Seattle is looking for someone to help out in its education department. Not surprisingly, a "keen interest in American popular culture" is required, but before we all start brushing up on our episode guides, so is "2-3 years experience conducting work-place training programs and/or classroom teaching" and "knowledge of educational theories and museum interpretation techniques." Oh well. Worth mentioning as well is the museum's current exhibition featuring some awesome old-school robot designs (think Robbie the Robot meets Andy Warhol), which is open until October 26.

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