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Guest Post: Joy of Books

Our blog is usually a repository for updates about Culture Hack projects and prototypes, but we were really interested in Danny Birchall’s visualising bibliographic data thread on the Museums Computer Group JISCmail list and have asked him to summarise his findings for our first guest post. What does a collection of books look like, other […]

Data Sets by Type

We’ve organised the data sets into groups, incase that helps you to see connections and links between them. The groups are PLACE/LOCATION; MUSIC; VISUAL ARTS AND OBJECTS; BOOKS, LITERATURE AND DRAMA; and FACTS AND FIGURES. PLACE/LOCATION New for Culture Hack: ADeC: data on all the possible facilities for arts and culture in Cambridgeshire, from full […]

Culture Hack East Talks

We have an inspiring set of talks for Saturday afternoon, showing the best in thinking, making and doing from across culture and technology. Circumstance will be previewing their new Cambridge-based audio experience Of Sleeping Birds, revolutionary hardware inventors from Raspberry Pi and mbed will talk about their work at the forefront of technology, and the […]