Libraryhack was a mashup and apps competition with great prizes designed to encourage the creative and innovative re-use of library data and digital content.
The competition was run by the National, State and Territory libraries of Australia and New Zealand. (NSLA)
And the winners are:
Major prize winner – Micahel Henderson, for his entry Talking Maps
Queensland Prize winner – Sam Cavenagh, for his entry Conviz
NSLA Library staff prize – Neal Fitzgerald, for his entry Historic Real estate maps on Google earth
Photo mashup category
Major prize – Andrew Young, for his entry Reflection of Time
Queensland prize – Andrew Young, for his entry Emu Racing
NSLA staff prize – Molly Tebo, for her entry Welcome to the future
Digital Media mashup
Major prize – Mark Balandzic and John Howland, for their entry Glorious Image Viewer
Queensland prize – River Petein, for his entry Soldier of the Willow meets the 16th Battalion
NSLA Staff prize – Deborah White, for her entry Carved trees: their birth, death and rebirth.
Diana Iles, for her idea, Discovery
Check the Libraryhack website for more information.