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Introduction

Bots are one of those things that you might hear about a lot usually in a negative way. But despite what you may hear, not all bots are malicious. In fact, there are lots of creative and entertaining bots that are being used to promote collections or parts of collections and other cul...

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What's this about a treasure hunt?

Last week, we ran an experimental interactive treasure hunt as part of the 20th Internet Librarians International conference in London.

We also gave a talk about Conversations in the library, using technology to create new ways to communicate and collaborate w...

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This is the text version of our talk at Internet Librarian International 2018.

Introduction

As a creative technology company, we work with libraries on makerspace and maker education projects as well as software development and installations such as our LibraryWalls project. Basically, we s...

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Podcasts are an accessible and creative format but they do require dedicated tools and a bit of quiet to produce, which isn't always easy to attain.

Libraries have always been a place of access, and this includes access to software and tools that aren't easily available to people elsewhere.The dig...

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It’s been a while since our last update and we’ve been working on some exciting new projects and collaborations that we wanted to tell everyone about.

We recently worked with Guildford Library on the Arts Council funded Read:Code:Make project. This was a collaboration of artists and digital mak...

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Welcome to our third and final post on the Read:Code:Program from Guildford Library. In our first post we introduced the artists and makers while in our second post we talked about the creative process.

In this post we’ll discuss the final pieces that were displayed at Guildford Library and re...

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