Commissioning a museum computer exhibit can be a confusing business. This page has links to documents written by a range of experts. At the moment a lot of this advice is from people I know. But if you know of some other good advice on the web let me know and I'll add a link.

Case studies

A great article which tells the real story behind the hi-tech Prada shop in New York. As you might expect things didn't go quite as smoothly as their PR made out. Don't let this put you off - lots of projects go very well indeed but they're not so much fun to read about.
Tim Hunkin created the Secret Life of the Home gallery in the Science Museum. Here he gives a wonderfully honest account of how he did it - what went well and what didn't. The gallery has almost no computer exhibits but this is a great account and well worth a read.