Hack4Europe! UK, 9 June 2011, London
Winner in the category 'Social Inclusion'
Finalist at the Digital Agenda Assembly, June 2011, Brussels
Developed by the Decipher team
Mike Stapleton, Systems Simulation Ltd, Mike(at)ssl.co.uk
Mike Selway, Systems Simulation Ltd, mas(at)ssl.co.uk
Eoin Kilfeather, Dublin Institute of Technology, ekilfeathe(at)dmc.dit.ie
Casual Curator gets semantically improved search results from Europeana to aid personal curation for learning and teaching: easily organise, annotate and share culture via an Android touchscreen demonstrator.
Casual Curator - Vimeo video
Winner in the category 'Greatest Commercial Potential'
euKindleSearch easily produces e-books for the Amazon Kindle based on searches in the Europeana collections. Theprototype's first version allows users to search for item records from UK collections. Search results are shown in the Kindle Browser. Links display items in a separate page with a complete description. Further links lead to the data supplier. It is also possible to download search results as an e-book (mobipocket) either to PC or direct to Kindle.
eu:Kindle (mobi file)
Winner in the category 'Most innovative app'
Dom Hodgson and Alistair Macdonald
Cultured Culture is an easy way to promote culture to a user's Twitter followers. Based on user's preferences/selected criteria, the prototype generates backgrounds of Europeana content for a user's Twitter account.
Mia Ridge and Owen Stephens
Share What you See supports easy blogging of Europeana content via Word Press.