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Culture Hack Scotland is back!

The inaugural Culture Hack Scotland in Edinburgh proved to be one of the most productive and talked-about culture vs digital events in 2011. An incredible collection of talent made 30 amazing prototypes, many of which went on to have further life as more developed projects. While the first event was hosted by us here at [...]

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Exciting news for Culture Hack Scotland

At the end of last week Creative Scotland announced the shape of their Cultural Economy Programme for the next few years.  There are four key components of the programme, one of which is Digital Developments.  Full details of the Digital Developments programme will be announced in early 2012 but we’re delighted to say that one [...]

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Ambition case study on m.edbookfest.co.uk

This is a nice little video case study on the m.edbookfest.com project by the team at Ambition SCotland.

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The Book Festival mobile site – from the developer perspective

This post is written by Jim Newberry and originally posted at his personal site here.  In it he tells his experience of making this years’s number one festivalslab summer highlight. It’s essential reading for arts orgs thinking about apps vs mobile sites.  Over to you Jim…   Having seen my efforts at the Culture Hack Scotland event [...]

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From 24hr hack to world-class festival mobile site

Although we are somewhat biased, this project is probably one of the best innovation stories in Edinburgh this year. Jim Newberry spends his days working remotely with a large London company from his Edinburgh flat and came along to Culture Hack Scotland back in May and in 24hours built a terrific hack using book festival [...]

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The Ultimate Culture Hack Scotland Video

This is what all of us at Culture Hack Scotland did in 24 hours:

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Four kinds of hack #chs11

At our recent Culture Hack Scotland event, as part of the set-up to help people think about what sort of projects they might be interested in doing, we spoke about there being four kinds of hack. It was a fairly arbitrary classification but many people found it to be quite useful so here it is: [...]

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Culture Hack Scotland – the photos

We hosted Culture Hack Scotland this weekend. 30 cultural apps built in 24 hours…and that doesn’t even start to summarise how good an event it was. We are currently in the process of turning the CHS site into a showcase of the projects but in the meantime, why not snack on some of the images [...]

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