Using storytelling to imagine future city services
The 48-hour journey: from an idea to solution.
What might public safety look like in the future?
What skills do citizens need to take part fully in the Future City?
After more than 48 hours of intense focus and very hard work indeed, the 11 MSGlasgow co-creators win £20,000.
The #hackglasgow teams now have less than 18 hours left to perfect their prototype and concept before the final judging.
It is now Day 2 at #hackglasgow in the South Block studios and we are thrilled to have so many talented people taking part.
Day 1. Friday night: it is almost midnight at South Block and #hackglasgow is well underway.
Hackathons need much more than programming, they need ideas. Take a chance: pitch your idea
OPEN Glasgow celebrates Open Data Day
30 facts about the city to get you thinking: how you can make a difference? We need your help: what do you know about the city?
It is time. The very first Future Hacks #hackglasgow hackathon is this weekend! Tomorrow we get started.
Hackathon veterans share their tips
The traditional view is that Public Safety is what keeps us from harm […]
Sarah Sall, a member of the Woodlands Community Garden team, tell us about an exciting event taking place next week.
The OPEN Glasgow Hackathon posters have hit the streets! Can you spot them?
Participants get ready for Future Hacks
O Street collaborate with creative agencies, who on other projects are ‘sworn enemies’. Read more.