almost 4 years ago

Announcing the winners

We’re thrilled to announce the winners of Publishing Hackathon.

View all the winners in the Gallery.

Thanks again to everyone who participated and made the challenge a great success!

The Publishing Hackathon team


almost 4 years ago

Revised Presentation Order

Sorry for sending twice, this version is slightly revised:

Banned Books in America
Book Discoverability: A Graphical Solution
Book Discovery INSIDE the eBook
BookCity
BookieGoer
Booklvrs: Read. Discover. Meet.
bookmatchup
BookMob
bookshelf.me
Publy.io
Captiv
Coverlist
Evoke
Happy Chapter
I read your Brain
IGNITE
KooBrowser
Library Atlas
Literary Trinket with Book Wish
Meadows
Meme a book
MovieReader
NYPL Reinvent
OkLetsRead!
Quiply
Reading Tollbooth: A Gateway to Book Discovery
Something2Read
Visibrary
Vookstore

 


almost 4 years ago

Presentation Order

Congratulations to all the teams for submitting! Here is the presentation order:

Banned Books in America
Book Discoverability: A Graphical Solution
Book Discovery INSIDE the eBook
BookCity
BookieGoer
Booklvrs: Read. Discover. Meet.
bookmatchup
BookMob
Publy.io
BookPorn.xxx
bookshelf.me
Captiv
Coverlist
Evoke
Evoke
Happy Chapter
I read your Brain
IGNITE
KooBrowser
Library Atlas
Literary Trinket with Book Wish
Meadows
Meme a book
MovieReader
NYPL Reinvent
OkLetsRead!
Quiply
Reading Tollbooth: A Gateway to Book Discovery
Something2Read
Visibrary
Vookstore

 


almost 4 years ago

Two Hours to Go!

Teams

Just a gentle reminder that the submission dealine is 11am this morning. All teams wishing to demo and be considered for prizes must have finalized a submission on this platform before 11am. 

When submitting remember to check all the boxes for the prizes you which to be considered for. 

Ask any of the mentors or anyone in a ChallengePost shirt if you need assistance!

Good luck!

Richard


almost 4 years ago

Notes on the Publishing Panel

 

Richard Nash, CEO, Small Demons

Rick Joyce, CMO, Perseus Books Group

David Riordan, NYPL Labs

 

-          How people find books now is like the old card catalogs in library. The challenge is about how we make it better?

 

-          Books are amazing containers for knowledge , but the material is what matters, not the container

 

-          Content within the book should pop out at the right time—when it matters to that person—when it they’re making a decision, looking for information, and more

 

-          Don’t feel limited by our APIs and what we’ve provided. Please go…

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almost 4 years ago

APIs Presented This Morning

Perseus Books Group Book Files

Here's the link to the Dropbox with the Perseus book files.https://www.dropbox.com/sh/3ppbvnmt276tk26/YvtZe4BXWX

If you have questions, find Debbie Naples or send her an email (debbie.naples@perseusbooks.com)

Exeversion
API Code: pub123   Exeversion is a search engine and unified API for the world’s data. As a developer you can not only access data on Exversion, but also upload your own and instantly access it via API. For the best use of our API, we're offering a private data repository and $100 worth of API calls.  http://exversiondata.wordpress.com/2013/05/18/hack-publishing/
Pearson

Link: Developer.pearson.com
Link to presentation: http://t.co/ZnNEb35K05
Code for unlimited access to…

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